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Desperate, courageous, hardworking, determined, someone truly wonderful.
At that point, she no longer considered herself as being Norma Jean, even though she would later revert to that personna at times when she craved attention.
There are color and black and white photos throughout the whole book, which I think adds a nice touch.
I really enjoy reading about iconic individuals like Marilyn Monroe. Most of what you learn about people like this is from the public perspective. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sweet Meah
This is a precious book, written in Marilyn's own words. It was supposed to be published, but wasn't, until years later. It reads like Marilyn is talking directly to you.Published 1 month ago by Janet Zeile
It was great to hear the side of Marilyn herself and her story and her viewpoint on things she was a wonderful woman and she definitely was not stupid by any stretch of the means a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sheila Withey
I bought this book thinking it was new as stated on the description. Later, I saw that certain ones were used. I guess that's the one I received. Misleading info.Published 1 month ago by michael p. rooney jr.
I bought this one for my brother, who is a huge fan. I hope he enjoys reading what Marilyn Monroe has to say about things. I had no idea she had written a book until recently. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris
I enjoyed reading this book as I learned a lot about marilyn and how she usually spends her alone timePublished 1 month ago by Faith Rianna Jobs