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The author makes the point in many ways that even at a very young age, books were a big part of her life.
The stories of the work that went into editing and publishing the books, as well as the authors and other personalities involved were always interesting.
This fascinating book helps us see this remarkable woman through the lense of an editor who loved words and the stories they tell.
I have read a lot about Jackie Kennedy but this is the first book I have read that describes her life as an editor. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Molly
I enjoyed the book for the most part. There were areas that I skimmed as I found these parts a little "wordy" and not interesting as to the person Jackie evolved. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Sukup
I read this book in two days. This book was well written with great insight about a woman who is still admired today. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cowboy
This book is very boring and not at all what I expected. I'm having a hard time listening to it and find I have to turn it off quite often to just listen to music. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lake Nana
Most of what we know about this remarkable woman is through the lense of a nation, the lense of marriage, the lense of motherhood and the lense of a nation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Wilson Grlz
I enjoy pretty much all books written on Jackie. I read it quickly and put it away. In fact, I kind of forgot that I had purchased it.Published 9 months ago by D. R. Berk
I'm listening to the audio version of this book and enjoying it so much! When people think of Jackie most of the time they imagine either the glamorous First Lady or the rich wife... Read morePublished 10 months ago by I P
I gave this to my Mom who is 94 with poor eyesight. She loves it. She really enjoys reading. Thank youPublished 10 months ago by Emily C. Jones
it is always so interesting to see what Jackie liked to read and what she recommended for others. We will always cherish any memory of her.Published 10 months ago by Mark Smith