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Stories from Candyland Hardcover – Bargain Price, March 31, 2009
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I admit I never gave Tori much thought until her show.. I figured she was a Spelling living in the Spelling world.. rich girl.. etc.. then I watched her very cute, adorable show and the day she stood in that doorway of a trailer they had to live in while the Inn was being painted.. HUGELY Pregnant and made the best of it. I thought.. WOW I have this girl all wrong. I don't even think that would be in my thought process.
I realize it is TV but to see her heartbreak over her mother ,then to read this drivel..UGH.. Tori's book was fun and amusing and real.. The point is Tori comes off as approachable and relevant, her mother does not..she is stuck in her own head.. No wonder Tori could not relate to her.. There is no room for that girl in her mother's life. Too much ego.
Glad to see Tori however seems to be doing well with her little family.. Maybe Candy will get lost in the mansion somewhere... I mean really I loved her comment.. "I don't know how many rooms I have and I refuse to count".. it's pathetic.. don't waste your time or your money.. wait for Tori's new book to come out... if it is anything like her last one it would be a great read.
Sorry Mom, Tori wins this one by a long shot! Looking forward to the release of Babywood!! Keep up the great work, Tori!!
Candy Spelling has yet to write anything significant or remotely interesting, and you certainly won't find it here. She is the epitome of selfishness and delusion, having lived an undeservedly privileged life because of Aaron Spelling.
Come on - a doll collection ? Those dolls were originally "gifts" to Tori at every birthday, only to end up in Candy's collection. Does anyone see the irony of her having four gift wrapping rooms and not understanding the first thing about truly GIVING a damn from her heart ? That's because she doesn't have one !
This reads as a very heavy-handed counterattack to her daughter's book and fails miserably. No new revelations about life at the Manor. We've all heard about the snow at Christmas and the designer Halloween costumes. Find something original to tell us, Candy. On top of that, what editor allows an author to drone on and on while listing all of her collections ? What a waste of paper !
Don't waste your time or your money on this book. Spend it on Tori's.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Silly...fine if you want to read pages of all her collections and recipesPublished 21 days ago by J. Kelley
Your review is contradictory. You tell everone not to read the book, yet you obviously read the book in order to give a review. Let the rest of us make our opinion as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JLH
Just what, exactly, this book was supposed to be--I just do not know. It was just horrible! I have yet to figure out why Spelling would think anything she wrote about would be even... Read morePublished 3 months ago by consumer356864
I couldn't make it through as far as the second chapter. Not only is this a boring read, but the author really makes me grind my teeth.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was so surprised to enjoy this book and also enjoy Candy Spelling! Only knowing her previously from Tori's perspective, I expected that she would be selfish and conceited and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sharningu
Mrs. Spelling thrived in her roles of wife and mother. She had the art of homemaking down to a science.Published 13 months ago by K. Sawin
Who cares what Candy Spelling has to say? She is SO eager to be in her own spotlight! She reminds me the grandmother from "Flowers in the attic". Read morePublished 14 months ago by JoyA
I enjoyed Candys life stories and recipes:) I will be reading more books by her & Tori:) happy reading everyone!Published 16 months ago by Nicole Cress