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Have you ever noticed that poorly written books are usually the quickest reads? I just recall that the final paragraphs written by Ms. While I wasn’t expecting a memoir version of The Girls Next DoorI also wasn’t expecting an abusive, perverted, drug-addled father figure, the denigration of every single female the author meets, and a lesbian tryst that was also statutory rape of the author.
That being said, holy shit! Why do I bother to attempt to write well when the stuff we find totally compelling is trash? Visiting the mansion now playgrohnd “strange but very familiar”, she says, although life there has changed a great deal – the orgiastic scenes of 30 years ago are no more.
My Playboy youth: sex, drugs, guns – Telegraph
We appreciate your feedback. A collection of the best contributions and reports from the Telegraph focussing on the key events, decisions and moments in Churchill’s life. Then there is her mother who is missing in action from her daughter’s life. I understand wanting to paint a picture, set the scene but it was playgorund all so in ex So, it’s pretty awful.
When her parents divorced playgrpund began spending time at the Playboy Mansion to see her father and eventually moved to her father’s house, going to the mansion after school. The result is a book, Playground: Oct 14, VegasGal rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I read this years back, and I recall that it was interesting enough to finish, what with a real-life lesbian fling between the author and another Playboy Playmate going on.
Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. She continues to cling to images of her misspent youth and regularly self medicates with drugs. Every day after school your father takes you to a sprawling castle filled with exotic animals, bowls of candy, and half-naked women catering to your every need.
Yes No Thanks for your feedback! So, it’s pretty awful. While aware of the root of her troubles – “irreconcilable parental neglect” – she is eager to forgive, stressing that she does not hate her father, but feels a “deep sorrow” for the “downfall of my hero. There Was a Little Girl. You know how sometimes you’re at a party and someone starts to tell you some personal story and at first it’s interesting and the pretty quickly it starts to seem a little fantastic and then by the end you’re pretty sure a bunch of it is an outright made up lie?
Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. Feelgood” the famous doc of Hugh Hefner and weightloss guru. Jun 05, Michelle rated it it was ok.
After I finished reading quick read, took less than 1 day I had to fact check some of her Plyground know how sometimes you’re at a party and someone starts to tell you some personal story and at first it’s interesting and the pretty quickly it starts to seem a little fantastic and then by the end you’re pretty sure a bunch of it is an outright made up lie? I read this book on a 4 hour flight and was so engrossed in it that I didn’t even remember I was on a plane. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip plsyground navigation.
It’s also an interesting look into the inner workings of the playboy manor, behind jenhifer posing, and magazines. However, Saignor is never able to justify being a terrible writer. Savinor, I stand there in s The memoir of poor little rich girl Jennifer Saginor, whose father was Hugh Hefner’s close friend and personal physician.
Throughout much of the Seventies and Eighties, Mark Saginor spent night after night at Hefner’s sprawling pleasure palace, where he kept a room. This book was hard to read inasmuch as I wanted to reach in and grab child Jennifer and adolescent Jennifer and haul her out of there. There were several things that bothered me about her writing style.
I almost didn’t want to admit publicly I read this, however I thought I might save someone jennjfer the trouble! Saginor rendered her completely unlikable, after seeming to be just a warped product of her environment throughout the book. Even though she witnessed some shameful scenes, she resists the urge to name the guilty parties.
Usually, his daughter came, too. This is the story of a spoiled, selfish little girl that justifies becoming a self destructive, bitchy, snob by blaming her childhood and parents.
Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion by Jennifer Saginor
I found myself actually thumbing the title pages to see if this book even listed an editor. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
The Witness Wore Red. This book was effed up. However, I stand there in silence because a part of me knows that she is linked to the Mob and really could have us killed. I was living a dual reality between my teenage life at high school and my life at the mansion.
I got this one in the bargin bin at the book store for about 3 bucks so I wasn’t expecting much, but playgroun was quite enjoyable. Kathy Griffin’s Celebrity Run-Ins. The promised titillation is there: