From Library Journal
Some folks may be turned off by this tape because of Quivers's affiliation with The Howard Stern Show. If so, they'll miss the riveting story of a woman who survived in spite of abuse from both her parents, periodic bouts of depression, and self-doubt. Though Quivers does cover her relationship with Stern, most of the audiobook is devoted to her life outside of radio. There is discussion of the loss of her first love, a foster child she helped her parents to raise and subsequently wanted to adopt; her experience with a cult-like program; her years as a nurse; and how she managed to avoid a life of prostitution. Quivers gives a somewhat emotionless reading, but her detachment tends to draw the listener in. This is a wonderful recording that should find a home in all libraries.?Danna C. Bell-Russel, District of Columbia P.L.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Publisher
Robin Quivers, the outspoken co-host of Howard Stern's nationally syndicated radio and cable TV show (which attracts roughly 20 million listeners on radio alone) reveals for the first time the shocking facts of her abusive childhood while also providing us with a tantalizing peek at what life is really like behind the scenes at The Howard Stern Show
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