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Would you like us to take another look at this review? After I finished reading quick read, took less than 1 day I had to fact check some of her story since it’s suppose to be true.
And while her childhood was horrific and abusive in its own way, there comes a time when the constant, “I’m like this because my dad made me like this” or “I’m like this because I was a pawn my parents used in their contentious divorce” just comes across as hollow excuses.
You are six years old. Towards the end, she comments that Hugh Hefner is the one person who allowed her to be a child. It’s a really personal account of one woman’s childhood and youth inside the playboy mansion.
The title should be at least 4 characters long. I hope the author has pulled herself out from the horrible childhood she was subjected to plaground I hope she addresses that in the book I should also add that there are numerous sentences with antecedent-referent issues, or subject-verb agreement issues.
The only major description in the book up to the point that I read is the sex scene with a Hef’s girlfriend. A terrible writer can take an interesting life, suck all of the potential out of it, and make it mundane. The essential gift book for any pet lover – real-life tales of devoted dogs, rebellious cats and other unforgettable four-legged friends. The memoir of poor little rich girl Jennifer Saginor, whose father was Hugh Hefner’s close friend and personal physician.
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Good for those interested in the life and world of Hef. I would see naked girls around the pool and people openly having sex in the games room. Item s unavailable for purchase.
This book reminds me of a Lifetime movie – the quality is poor, yet you find yourself engrossed in spite of yourself. But the author skims over truth and self-reflection in favor of the stuff she deems shocking and cool. We get the people in this world are looks obsessed, you don’t need to drive the point home every time saglnor walks in a room.
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The entire story is told within the first four chapters, the rest is just needless sensationalism. Llayground also becomes very annoying. Feelgood” the famous doc of Hugh Hefner and sahinor guru.
For a moment it made me reflect on how traumatized many of us are by childhood. I read this years back, and I recall that it was interesting enough to finish, what with a real-life lesbian fling between the author and another Playboy Playmate going on.
She was a bitchy slut, and her book made that obvious.
Saginor reflects at one point: She’s also constantly mentioning what song is on the radio, to the point that you question the v Um, it’s just really bad.
People wear clothes lpayground evoke a particular moment in the 80’s, they listen to music in one chapter that will be gone in the next, and the fashion designers and labels, as well as the movie or star who popularized a particular look, will revivify the moment for anyone who was alive and in America at the time.
And I’m ok with that. I’ve read other ‘inside the mansion’ books but this is the best so far, a lot of dirt and dishing, playgrlund well written.
All of which leaves sayinor wondering why I read this book in a day.
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For more than a decade, the infamous mansion became the bespectacled schoolgirl’s second home – and precipitated some fairly accelerated growing up. Mar 28, Seth rated it liked it Shelves: The author takes you on a wonderfully gritty ride of screwed up highs and wildly horrible lows of her life living not just inside jennifrr playboy mansion, but of the bizarre relationship she has with her crazy fa Some may be turned off at first glance when reading the synopsis of this book about a girl’s plajground growing up in the playboy mansion, while others, like me, may be intrigued.
Usually, his daughter came, too. Worse than the B-list celebrities she mocks, she is just a spoiled little girl that just so happened to be passing through. Lists with This Book. So I guess the book is just her way of feeling sorry for herself because of the mess her life was and blaming it on her parents.