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    Coreyography

    A very honest read, it's so important for up & coming stars to be aware of the realities of Hollyw'd
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    Wow!!

    Very well written and truthful. It evoked emotion in me which shows how into this book I was. Corey Feldman is courageous and I have so much respect for him after reading this!
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    Amazing

    Amazing read on my two favourite childhood actors, "The Corey's"
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    As an 80s girl, I've always had a soft spot for the Coreys. This autobiography is surprisingly well-written with only lapses from past to present tense a few times throughout. It flows well and is a quick read. However, it is also an eye-opening read. There were a few spots where I had to put it aside for awhile and process. Mr. Feldman discusses what life is really like for a child star; he describes the abuse he suffered at the hands of his family and those in the business. He also touches on what Corey Haim suffered. Suffice to say, no one should be subjected to what these boys were. Overall we follow the ups and downs of Mr. Feldman's career. It is interesting to see his life through his own eyes rather than through TMZ's.
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    Well Done Corey

    As a teenager in the 80s, I adored you and Haim. Thank you for this peek into your life. Well written, easy to get lost in for hours. You're very well spoken and articulate. Great read! Thank you.
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