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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 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 5 hours ago by Chris
I enjoyed reading this book as I learned a lot about marilyn and how she usually spends her alone timePublished 7 days ago by Faith Rianna Jobs
I was somewhat disappointed in this book. I appreciated reading Marilyn's words and the photos are fun, but I wanted more. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Elaine E. Webster
I love that this book is really easy reading and the pictures are great.Published 21 days ago by McCall Valero
I have now read this book three times. Each time I read it, I find something new. Marilyn was far more insightful than the world ever gave her credit.Published 22 days ago by Christina Delaney
I could her Marilyn's voice when. WAS reading this book. I didn't know a lot of the stuff she talks about. I highly recommend it. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Steve
It was interesting because it was about Marilyn Monroe, and the story was told through her words, feelings, experiences and insights. The book wasn't very well written though. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa