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For thirty years, Farrah Fawcett and Alana Stewart were friends, and in that time they'd been through it all. But in the fall of 2006, a test of their friendship arose unlike any other they'd faced: Farrah's cancer diagnosis.
Together, Farrah and Alana were relentless in their pursuit of a cure, and in these intimate and personal diaries, Alana shares her thoughts on the journey she and Farrah embarked upon as they battled this illness to the end. From the importance of selflessness to the undeniable value of faith, Alana's diary entries demonstrate how, even in the face of this debilitating disease, Farrah continued to teach everyone around her about the courage and power of friendship.
With candid stories about aging, marriage, motherhood, and faith—all topics Alana and Farrah laughed and cried about over the years—My Journey with Farrah provides a moving tribute to Hollywood's golden girl and an inspiring celebration of Farrah's life.--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Alana Stewart is an actress, former model, and talk-show host who has worked in Hollywood for almost forty years. She filmed and produced Farrah's Story, a documentary about her friend Farrah Fawcett's battle with cancer, which aired on NBC in May 2009. Alana devoted the past three years of her life to helping Farrah through her harrowing and courageous journey. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
This was obviously written to be read by others, so not an actual "diary". That being said, the book goes into great detail of the ordeal Farrah Facet went through in her... Read morePublished 25 days ago by D. Kelson
Emotional and bruttaly honest account of two women that were as close as sisters for many,many years. Told by alana Stewart with love,tears,joy and hope.Published 2 months ago by linda vogt
I loved reading about Farrah but sometimes it felt like the Alana story??Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This review is based on my girlfriend's rave review of it. She lent her copy to a friend, and after her going on and on about how good it is, I ordered her a replacement copy.Published 5 months ago by Adipocere
When I was in high school, I idolized Farrah. I wanted to be Farrah. When I got my braces off I got the famous hair cut and adopted a big smile - my version of the Farrah... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Debbie Stokes
I read this book in 2009, and again two nights ago because my best friend now has stage four cancer of the liver. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sharon Leaf
I have a daughter fighting the same cancer, which was the impetus for my buying this book. Alana Stewart did a nice job telling the story, without becoming too graphic or maudlin. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kate Dee