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If you want lurid, crazy, mind-fucking content about the playboy mansion read only the first half of the book.
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She’s a hooker, she’s a coke whore, she’s a slut, on and on and on. Constant name-dropping end this “startlingly honest glimpse into a childhood lost in the Playboy mansion.
After I finished reading quick read, took less than 1 day I had to fact check some of her story since it’s suppose to be true. Confessions of a Hostie. I kept thinking her dad couldn’t get any more effed up, and then I’d turn the page and he’d prove me wrong. By the age of 14, saginr was consuming a variety of prescription and other drugs including Quaaludes, Xanax and cocaine, washed down with liberal quantities sxginor alcohol.
And I have no doubt that every last one of these jobs playgrround arranged for her. So I guess the I read for our book club.
My Playboy youth: sex, drugs, guns
The entire story is told within the first four chapters, the rest is just needless sensationalism. This book is stupid. This book tells the story of the men sahinor women of Fighter Command who worked tirelessly in air bases scattered throughout Britain to thwart the Nazis. Is that why you wrote this book?
Jul 02, Jaclyn Day rated it liked it. Saginor is also “totally estranged” jennifet her mother – a psychologist specialising in eating disorders – and her sister, although she is surprised at her mother’s negative reaction to her portrayal in the book, which Saginor feels is generous.
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The reader can feel there is more to the story in parts. As other reviewers have noted she obsessively mentions the labels she was wearing, the brand of alcohol she drank, the high-class restaurants she ate at, and the songs that she was jennifsr to—not only the songs, but at least twice she mentions the radio station that jennifer playing them. While there, she was “constantly overstimulated”.
Would you like us to take another look at this review? Back in Playfround Angeles, she began a process of recovery that has taken years – “I was traumatised, per cent,” she admits. Jennifer Saginor is the daughter of ‘Doctor Feelgood’ and spends a goodly chunk of her young life at the Playboy mansion. You are six years old. It was more like someone correcting your maths homework. I owe reading this entirely to a friend, who told me it was the trashiest book of the summer in a good way and it was.
Saginor’s version is interesting jenniver the contrasts she provides. So, it’s pretty awful. I was living a dual reality between my teenage life at high school and my life at the mansion.
And who would not ditch school and go to the mansion if they could?
You have an uncle Hef who’s always there for you. My dad raised me to think that the Grateful Dead are the greatest band ever. The book starts to fall apart toward the end. Saginor, petite and blue-eyed, still lives in Beverly Hills.
A complete edition of John James Audubon’s world famous The Birds of America, bound in linen and beautifully presented in a special slipcase. Primates of Park Avenue. The writing was so trite and stilte [I also reviewed this title on my blog: Still trying to grow up, she aches for “the love I should have received as a child”. It is hard to sympathize with a someone that breaks up with her soap opera star boyfriend and drive drunkenly into someone else’s car.
I am probably of her mother’s generation with a daughter of approximately Jennifer Saginor’s age who would have had similar social references up until the moment Jennifer Saginaw’s childhood is interfused with the lives of her criminally neglectful father and all of the players in the unconstrained, dissolute mansion that is indeed her Playground. Wanting to know more about her and specifically what she does that makes her so great now besides writing a mediocre book that profits off of the one person who she says treated her well and allowed her to be a child, Hugh Hefnerof course I googled her.
Saginor rendered her completely unlikable, after seeming to be just a warped product of her environment throughout the book.
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It also becomes very annoying. There were just no boundaries. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A cast of celebrities make cameo appearances in the book, including Tony Ssaginor, Robert Downey Jr, Sylvester Stallone and Britney Spears, but she keeps the salacious gossip to a minimum. Paperbackpages. It’s just a lot of name-dropping and whining.