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    Such an eye opening book.

    This story is touching in so many ways. It proves that not everything is as it seems
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    Great Read

    This book is very interesting and tell all which makes it a great read.
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    A Lot more than expected

    What a book! I read it in 24hrs not able to put it down. The details of events, especially the first few chapters are gut wrenching. I am simply amazed by this woman's experiences and the fact that she eventually came out on top. Crazy read of a crazy life...
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    Great intent

    I felt like for a real tell all which she actually did state in the book she did not wish to have ppl categorize it as a tell all per say but as a warning to other young abused girls who have no education to speak of or are coming from a bad economic background. I felt it was revealing but sort of bland and reserved just lack luster when it came to raw shock appeal. Which I believe was her intent to try to explain by telling the story without bluring the lines between giving facts and making it look glamourising that life. Just because they were famous wealthy men doesn't negate the fact that they were pimps womenizers addicts abusers and statutory and otherwise rapists or John's and sometimes victims themselves. And that being forced or being paid for sex are both one in the same for me in theroy but I respect the courage and as I said the good intentions behind it. And the look on some of those men's faces were probably priceless when it was released but I also thought about how Whitney Huston has now past of a drug overdose and those men even the one she tried to withhold his name they were almost all married with children and she probably hurt as much as helped and as a mother and a victim I wish she'd have maybe considered that and still written her memoir but in a much more descrete respectful manor at least for the Innocents unknowingly involved....
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