"Simon Prebble provides a sincere and authoritative tone and also offers an occasional offhand breathy vocal characterization of Monroe...Superb..." - AudioFile Magazine
"The immediacy and charm of Clark's recollections are possibly more illuminating than the millions of words and pictures pumped out to expose or dish the dirt on the Monroe legend." - Sunday Times
"Clark is both a sharp and affectionate diarist...his book has an entertaining narrative bounce." - The Guardian
"Beguiling, touching and compassionate." - Evening Standard
"An extraordinary story." - Spectator
Ok, I feel like something is fishy about this whole thing.
This makes the book much more coherent and understandable, since the 2nd book thrusts you into the ongoing proceedings with very little context.
Just talk to any SERIOUS Marilyn Monroe scholar about Colin Clark if you're uninformed about his lies.
Interesting but very detailed and drawn out in my opinion. Not enough information for a book. I skimmed past the last pages as I did not find any point in reading excerpts from his... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Meagan Teegarden
While I believe the author spent time with MM , the dialog is just too conversational to be taken from his diary. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas Mihalek
Feels like Lost in Translation and Elvis Meets Nixon [VHS] as a 23-yuear-old guy becomes Marilyn's best friend for a week as they visit a castle, swim, she kisses him and he is... Read morePublished 7 months ago by ellison
I enjoyed every bit of this book. Marilyn Monroe was such a sad soul. Near the end her career was failing along with her life. Read morePublished 10 months ago by chris
Just a sweet romantic little gem of a movie. Made my go get the memoirs and read them too. I liked to movie better without them.Published 11 months ago by Robert C. Wortman Jr.