From Publishers Weekly
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This was a good book and I admire the fact that Heidi kept to her dream of going to Brown University and ended up graduating. That is a positive thing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Adam
There's more to this book than just a desire to write a book, it is part therapy, and clearly the goals of writing it changed while Ms. Mattson had pen in hand. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Richard DeWald
I read this book as a mandatory university reading assignment...and that's the only reason. Otherwise, I would never have read or recommended it.Published 14 months ago by Mary Beth
This may be the first time I've ever - and I honestly mean EVER - given up in the middle of a book.
The title, of course, drew most of us to this sad excuse for a... Read more
My review is on the content of the book, not my judgment of the author, or what work she performed for a living.
My first problem with the book is the writing. Read more
I can't vouch for the accuracy or lack thereof,
but Heidi seems to be very forthright about everything
she says or does, so for me, the book rings true. Read more
Not that one of its students had to strip her way through school, but because it graduated such a terrible, sloppy writer! Read morePublished on April 5, 2005 by CR
Although, I respect Heidi Mattson's tenacity...she wrote a book and got it published -- that is about it. Read morePublished on November 22, 2003
The book prompted great discusions with me and my mother. Good or bad writing, we both felt she presented a descent argument for acquiring money by stripping. Read morePublished on November 16, 2002 by Michelle Curtain