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In other words, the book has material that could be used to produce a better book.
Very well written and shares both sides with information that pretty much lets Walter explain his side in a way that makes you realize how twisted he is.
The book tells of how Margaret Keane finally proved that she was the real artist and what followed after she finally got her dues.
A biography that has it all - nostalgia, intrigue, sexism. an artist in captivity who bravely comes into her own!Published 13 days ago by Mona Chrone
It was interesting, but I think the writers made it more like an article than a book. And, things are not totally verified and much of the way it is written is confusing. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Janeen W.
Well worth the read if you find scheming narcissists of interest. (Obviously, I do.) Well written and never drags.Published 1 month ago by Carrie
Boring. Quotes the supposedly erroneous info from the husband's book for about 50-60% of this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Swick
Interesting/ Grew up with people having BIG EYED art that people got for free from supermarkets/ Looking forward to the seeing the moviePublished 1 month ago by sammy
A fascinating read. but a fairly superficial book. Still, I enjoyed every page.Published 1 month ago by Barbara Vincent
a great take on his side of the BIG EYES story - well writtenPublished 2 months ago by Vmedia Bay Area