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Find Me Hardcover – April 16, 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
Rosie discusses intimately how she felt after her mother's devastating death. And how this effected her entire life. After she hit it big you would think that everything ended up happily ever after? Not so. In Rosie's world all that glitters isn't gold. Even after she becomes a big star she still has her crosses to carry.
Along the way, Rosie adopts her first child; a son. She also meets a very troubled woman that parallels Rosie's own life. Rosie ponders why she turned out rich and famous while her friend is battling a serious mental disorder.
"Find Me" like its author is truthful, unconventional, compassionate and incredibly riveting. Rosie is able to bring the reader in to her world, if only for a few moments because she is so fascinating and descriptive in her writings.
I was surprised that this book did not discuss Rosie's sexuality. (There was some vague hints but that was about it.) Because, I remember when the book was released Rosie also "came out" at the same time to her fans and TV audience. But I learned that "Find Me" is not about whom she goes to bed with or chooses to love. Instead, it is a triumphant story that describes how and why she became the sheroic woman of today. "Find Me" taught me a lot more, too. It taught me the importance of love and acceptance of others.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick read but fascinating stuff.
Read this when it first came out and just picked it up again. Read more
What is there to say about rosie O'Donnell? either you love her or hate her. I absolutely ADORE her. Read morePublished 9 months ago by supermoviefan
I bought this book thinking it was an autobiography but it was not. The book is about an event which "changed R.O's life forever" ; it is about the relationship between R. Read morePublished on October 11, 2013 by karsiyaka
Just finished this sad story about three moms woven through celebrity, mental illness, and loss. Funny at times, but heavy the rest. Read morePublished on October 6, 2013 by Sean
Rosie O'Donnell tells an amazing tale of her giving everything to a complete stranger only to find out its a total sham.Published on December 18, 2012 by E. Mullis
This is a very good book. Well written great flow and very easy read. I am a huge Rosie fan.Published on December 1, 2012 by Cynthia Miller
Rosie is quite unique, the story is quite interesting, and shows stardom from a whole different perspective, Rosie is a master at this. I recommend it.Published on July 4, 2012 by Nick
out of all the lesbians i have a great deal of respect for, E.G amanda bearse, judy tenuta, ellen degeneres and a few others whom names i cannot think of at the moment, in my neck... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Chris Cox
I am sure that if Rosie ever reads this book now she feels embarressed that such poorly written and scantly edited drivel ever made it into print. Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by dumpsterpenguin