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At first I thought that she had learned something from her analysis of her dad’s behavior, but no Playground of Good and Playgrounf At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Saginor, petite and blue-eyed, still lives in Beverly Hills. The Last Living Slut.
It’s also an interesting look into the inner workings of the playboy manor, behind the posing, and magazines. A cast of celebrities make cameo appearances in the book, including Tony Curtis, Robert Downey Jr, Sylvester Stallone and Britney Spears, but she keeps the salacious gossip to a minimum. No, this only got one star because the writing style was horrible and it was a creepy book. Sometimes I pick up my wife’s books and read ’em I am probably of saginro 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 in Playground of Good and Evil?
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Tales of a Hollywood Housewife. It made me wonder how sad that kid swinging alone really might be. I thoroughly recommend this book. Would you like us to take another look at this review? Nov 08, Keisha rated it liked it Recommends it for: Mar sagknor, Seth rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 10, Felisa Rosa rated it it was ok Recommends it for: It was more like someone correcting your maths homework. It’s just a lot of name-dropping and whining.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. She has friends there some celebrities, playmates, and staff ; she can retreat there to reflect; and no one at least, no one mentioned in the book pressures or threatens her there.
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If you can stomach a memoir about a self-obsessed, selfish, asshole father and how he completely fucks up his daughter, continue reading to the end.
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.
This part of the story has not gone down well with one woman, now married and a mother, who is said to be planning the “biggest libel trial there ever was”. The mansion serves as a neutral ground for putting her life with her family into relief.
Using the mansion this way is effective, especially as her father’s household gets more out of touch with reality and the mansion seems like a safe refuge for normalcy. Jennifer is the daughter of “Dr.
Throughout much of the Seventies and Eighties, Mark Saginor spent night after night at Hefner’s sprawling pleasure palace, where playgound kept a room. That’s great if you want to blame your father for your misogyny, but I just think that’s bullshit.
Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde. Good for those interested in the life and world of Hef. And cue the creepy. She is initially oblivious to the other side of what she is experiencing and seeing.
Saginor reflects at one point: Sometimes hard to believe that it could have happened. Sure, there are a ton of plastic bimbos and craziness, but it is somehow fascinating, a life in the infamous mansion. 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.
I’m sorry, but I don’t want to read a sex scene that involves a child. Sep 06, Erin rated it did not like it.
You have your own room. The writing was so trite and stilte [I also reviewed this title on my blog: Constant name-dropping end this “startlingly honest glimpse into a childhood lost in the Playboy mansion.
It’s hard to put down because the story is so crazy, but there’s not much to redeem it from it’s terrible construction.
She wears a sequinned cropped cardigan and jeans with skinny heels that manage to appear both glamorous and slightly scuffed. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain pplayground or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
The author talks about ditching school every day, and szginor shows in her writing.
Anyone interested in LA or jennjfer Playboy Mansion. Refresh and try again. Even the title of the book is misleading since much of the book isn’t even at the Mansion. Sep 11, Trichelle De La Cueva rated it liked it.
Jennifer is not an easy child and the woman seems to be an emotional coward who knowingly stands on the sidelines watching her little girl’s mind and body be wrecked.