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"Jane details the battle of a lifetime. For anyone who believes they can't go on, that their addiction is more powerful than they are...read this. So much strength from one little lady!"
- Nancy Grace, HLN host and leading legal commentator
This was probably not an easy book to write, but it's an easy and engaging read.
JVM should stick to her usual hyperbole for reporting non events on the HLN "Issues," since there is nothing in this book that suggests she has a career as a writer.
I did not know who Jane Velez-Mitchell was, however, I love reading books on addiction and recovery and I Want sounded like a story that I needed to hear.
Ok and easy read justs preaches too much about being a vegan and recycling. (Which are both a good thing but she almost alienates the reader)Published 15 days ago by Tracey
Purchased the book based on its great reviews, and, because of its topic that I personally could relate to. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Kamei
If I had knowh she was a queer, and trying to glorify it, I would not have purchased this book.Published 2 months ago by george a shira jr
too self-invoved and strident for me. some parts informative and useful, but skipped whole sections of some of it.Published 3 months ago by Jan Peiffer
Viewers of Jane's TV show know a lot about her. That she is a recovering alcoholic and an animal lover, but this book gives us a more in depth look at Jane as a person and her... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Levi
I loved the candor and total honesty with which Jane shares her experience, strength, and hope. A wonderful look at addiction in any form and a great example of learning acceptance... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Terri P. McDonald