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- File size : 14439 KB
- Publication date : July 28, 2020
- Publisher : Pegasus Books (July 28, 2020)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B089541LY9
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Print length : 432 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
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Anyone who has felt curious about this subject can gain insight from this book.
What comes through loud and clear is Meghan's plans, machinations, and "take no prisoners" and "it's my way or the highway" attitude in her quest to get her own way. What also comes through sadly is the way Harry is putty in her hands. Whereas many were pretty sure this is how things were it's a bit sad to have it confirmed that Harry is such a puppy dog and one fears for his future.
The author described how Meghan cuts out,"ghosts" friends and relatives who no longer fit her plans for the future or who are no longer useful to her. As I write this review it is interesting to note that just in the last few days she has dumped her previous best friend Jessica Mulroney. M sure is ruthless in her quest for whatever she wants.
There were parts in the book that I felt were unnecessary, eg the somewhat lengthy discussion as to whether the pregnancy was fake and the baby was borne by a surrogate. I think that was a nonsense and added nothing.
Also the book was a bit too long, some things described were too lengthy, maybe a required number of words were needed and there was not enough material.
I recommend this book
I was left wanting more and I am hoping that she will continue this story at a later date as I am sure there is much much more to come.
Top reviews from other countries
I highly doubt Philip Schoefield with his bias attitude even read the book, as Lady Colin Campbell was fair and did not come accross as a gossip at all.
I hope particularly that the couple themselves read this book and take it as an opportunity for some much needed reflection.
It has an honest, factual feel, seemingly without a personal agenda for or against the couple. It allows the facts to speak for themselves.
Well worth a read.
Meghan and Harry will end up as a tragedy...or the greatest success story of our time.
HOWEVER, there is a lot of filler: dull potted bios and comparisons with Diana and Wallis Simpson, plus a lot of things we already know. The last two chapters are repetitive and seem to have been written to get the word count up. Unnecessary.