This gal has had a rough life as a child, as an actress, as a daughter, as a wife, I am so glad she is now finally, whewwwwwww, able to have some enjoyment in her life. From her narcissistic non mother, and her eqotistical, violent, wife and girlfriend beating father, Ryan O'Neal, to the people he let abuse her and violate her, to constantly degrading her humanness and accomplishment. To her a*****hole husband, McEnroe, whom we all know what he's like. This woman needs a break. She may have had her digs in, but that's only because she was forced into actions in order to survive amongst the giants of humans in the Hollywood scenes and the 60's and the 70's and the pre-protection of children laws. Hooooooraahhhh for you Tatum. Good autobiography, she's brutally honest with herself and others. A very good read. I didn't put it down but once since I started reading it, and I'm not into bios.
What a tortured life she led, how bizarre a childhood... who would have thought that the "poor little rich girl" would have struggled so hard. A great read that also makes you madas hell at her parents.
great, but sad book. makes you very sad for the little girl who grew up with a violent idiot for a father and then went off and married the same kind of man
I liked the honesty of this book. I think Tatum definately has some issues but she has taken responsibility for some of it.
Enjoyable and interesting read.
This is a really good book. I enjoyed every minute of it. It's one of those books that you can hardly put down. I read it in one day! I would recommend it to anyone who likes autobiographies.