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So if you are doing a read-a-thon or have a bomb strapped to you that jennlfer go off if you don’t jebnifer at least one book every day, this is a good one to look into. Ben Affleck is quoted as saying “Totally surreal;this is one of those books you simply can’t put down.

I thoroughly recommend this book. I couldn’t put it down. BUT the end of the book leaves no closure and the author takes no responsibility for the course of her current life.

More of these this summer, please. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Playground of Good and Evil? In her telling he has never wronged her or judged her.

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Saginor uses the outrageous episodes to plot how she changed from angry at one parent to angry at another, from excited to scared, and from enthused to numb.


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How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the sagginor style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. Sep 11, Trichelle De La Cueva rated it liked it. Feb 21, Bristol rated it really liked it Shelves: Saginor labels the woman in her social circle, stupid whores and sluts.

The mention of various designer clothing articles begins to mimic that of a teenager namedropping to try to impress. We’ve seen this sort of book before, of course, whether in celebrity tell-alls plyground Brett Easton Ellis-alike fiction. Her father, she says, became a paranoid drug addict, scattering used needles about the house and instilling his daughter with such fear that she slept under her bed with a revolver by her side.

Dec 17, Lezlee Hays rated it it was ok. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. I hope the author has pulled herself out from the horrible childhood she was subjected to and I hope she addresses that in the book I’m all for description and details but many of what she included seemed so over dramatic and added for Back in Los Angeles, she began a process of recovery that has taken years – “I was traumatised, per cent,” she admits.

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But the author skims over truth and self-reflection in favor of the stuff she deems shocking and cool. But the book isn’t as lurid as the cover copy suggests. The quality of writing defies description, so I thought I’d include a few of my favorite lines: This book reminds me of a Lifetime movie – the quality is poor, yet you find yourself engrossed in spite of yourself.


That includes seven hours of sleep and seven and a half hours of work. The story goes from tabloid to insight when Jennifer begins to drift off the trajectory her father is following. Despite the title, most of this book is about the author’s relationship with her father and doesn’t even occur in the mansion.

This book is entertaining to the extent you can put up with a self indulgent girl from Beverly Hills.

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What Saginor does very, very well, though, is to ground the story in a sense of time. Ratings and Reviews 2 23 star ratings jjennifer reviews.

One of her most terrifying encounters with her father came as he was in the grip of heroin addiction. This was totally engrossing.

I am probably of her mother’s generation with a plagground 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 playgrround of the players in the unconstrained, dissolute mansion that is in Playground of Good and Evil?