More like having a conversation over tea than reading a book.
She seems to be someone that desperately tried to become a well-known actor but was emotionally shallow and willing to use many men if they could facilitate that need.
The book was much shorter than I thought, and the writing was a bit too scattered, too many side notes - but good.
What a refreshing and honest autobiography. I could read dozens Of Ms Vanderbilt's stories and books. A very gifted writer, and so much to say !Published 1 month ago by Trisha Speth
No substance whatsoever. Her thought process is all over the place and quite nonsensical. Even the "juicy" stuff was boring.Published 4 months ago by WAMR
I've read her other books and find her a delightful, if quirky, writer. More like having a conversation over tea than reading a book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Melaney P. Jordan
I felt she was a very confused woman and sorry I took the time to read the book cover to cover.Published 5 months ago by M. Peterson
Once is enough, but it's worth reading once. Curiosity caused me to purchase the book. And now I'm not curious anymore.Published 9 months ago by GravelGertie
Ms Vanderbilt just seems to skim through her life, in this very short memoir, of all the men she has had in her lifetime. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Susied Q
Very good price. Easy to read. Good to know whow she view the things that happend to her. I recomend it.Published 13 months ago by M. MARTINEZ
I LIKED WHAT I READ ,BUT FELT IT WAS INCOMPLETE,I WOULD HAVE LIKED MORE INSIGHT TO THE STORIES,MAYBE NEXT TIMEPublished 14 months ago by gwen p allen
Love reading about the Vanderbilts, This is the continuation Of the "Poor little Rich Girl"
Watched an interview with her son last year, found her entire life... Read more