- Hardcover: 288 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Press (October 2, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1250205565
- ISBN-13: 978-1250205568
- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.1 x 9.6 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 122 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,179 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Reading Daniels' story in her own words, you find yourself charmed by her wit and her stark self-awareness, all of which draws you further into the book. I found myself turning page after page, genuinely intrigued." ―CNN
“What’s so refreshing about Full Disclosure is its free-wheeling candor… The Daniels of Full Disclosure is profane and funny. She is also gleefully, one might even say gloriously, free of shame.” ―New York Times Book Review
“A jaunty, foulmouthed treatment of her life… Above all, she is out to prove that she's much more than ‘two to three minutes’ with Donald Trump.” ―NPR
“Ranks with the best in a surprisingly moving genre” ―Politico
“Personable, often profanely funny” ―Publishers Weekly
“Make no mistake, Full Disclosure is a story for our times… Daniels is one person with an unvarnished narrative.” ―The Guardian
About the Author
Stormy Daniels is an adult film actress, director and screenwriter who has also played roles and appeared as herself in a variety of mainstream movies and television shows, including "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Saturday Night Live." Full Disclosure is her first book.
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Like many, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect when I pre-ordered this memoir. A hit piece on trump? A slimy recollection of creepy Cheeto experiences?
Stormy details the quirky and sometimes upsetting details of her childhood, on through her debut in the business, and follows up with the ups and downs of life on the edge including her life in the headlines. If you are looking for a hit piece on the president's bedroom antics, you won't find it here; Trump doesn't even appear until almost 50% of the way in, and most of his presence relates to shady business dealings.
Surprise: her side of the story deserves to be told, too. I learned a lot from chapters 8 & 9 about the scandal surrounding the NDA that I didn't know. Pieces of the puzzle that I hadn't bothered putting together. I won't hit you with any spoilers, but trust me when I say that you don't even know the half of it unless you'd call yourself a subject matter expert on her and Trump's rendezvous. "If it's true, why would she settle for only $130k? That's like ten bucks to me or you." Pffffffft, just read. It will all make sense.
....& you'll never look at mushrooms the same...
Republican (yup, you read that right) Stormy's career choices make her memoir all the more interesting, *not* undignified. Any time someone is willing to question the straight and narrow paths most of our parents want us to take, I'm reeled in. Full Disclosure is no exception, with or without the grandioseness of Trump's involvement. My mother also worked in the business, but unlike Stormy, she never got around to putting her stories on paper or making herself vulnerable to the personal attacks to come from it. Stormy gets points for bravery in that regard, something you'll realize she has plenty of if you decide to read her book.
Stephanie prefers the name Stormy, and as Michael Avenatti says in the forward to this book, Stormy tells it all. Born to a beautiful young woman and a dad with a Cherokee heritage, Stormy had the right combination of looks and intelligence. Stormy’s mom wanted a boy, and her dad did not want any children at all. Stormy grew up knowing she needed to fight for what she wanted. Her dad was an engineer, and left her mom after his time away in Alaska. Life after this was difficult for Stormy.
She grew up in Baton Rouge, but they had moved around a lot. Her childhood was filled with poverty, neglect and abuse. When Stormy was nine she was sexually abused by an older man. She was not believed by those she told, in particular by her mother. Not all her life was sad, she had a pet horse and crushes on movie stars like many of us did. Stormy started stripping while she was in high school, which led to the porn industry. She is now a writer, director and star. In fact she has won many awards for her writing and directing, and was profiled in The New Yorker.
Stormy most of all wants control of her story. She gives us tidbits of her life that engage us, she has been married three times, she decided to get breast implants in 1998 because she noticed bigger breasts brought bigger tips. She named her implants, Thunder and Lightening. Stormy has a sense of humor, but she is a businesswoman at heart. She believes in capitalism, and she has always been a realist. And, she is smart, we can tell from her writing and she lets us know many times. Stormy is, most of all her own woman. Now, a woman of wealth, she is not sitting back on her laurels. She wants her story told in her way.
Stormy May help to change the way we look at women.There are those who look down on her profession, but she has made her own mark. No apologies from her. She became a public person after her affair with Trump was made public. Now she is the one capitalizing on that. That story is a few chapters in. She tells the story of Cohen and the pay off, and there is more than you thought.
Stormy is complex, like all of us, but she is never boring.
I like Stormy, she is upfront, tells us who she is, and we can like it or not.
Recommended. prisrob 10-02-18