married, mother of 1 daughter, and grandson. Love to cook, sew, music buff, hard worker.
The truth, coming from her mother.
Cissy Houston, talking about her daughter with as much honesty as a mother can give up!
Not particularly, I found the entire book to be moving, emotional, truthworthy.
If you read nothing else about Whitney Houston, read/listen to this book!
I am a huge Whitney fan and it was so insightful to hear from her mother what she was truly like.
The only problem I had with this selection, is that Cisssy Houston spent a fair amount of time talking about her own life. I really did think that this would be exclusively about Whitney.
Oh wow! I couldn't help but cry while listening to this book. I am really struggling to review this personal story of a mother's love and tragic loss! This is truly a beautiful story even though it breaks my heart.
Amazing, courrageous mother!
Ms. Cissy Houston, of course! As a mother of 5 and grandmother of 8, i totally understand what she went through, the pain, the worries, the sleepless nights, the love to her children. The love and worries doesn't end with our children, it continues when we start having grandchildren. It's like starting all over.
Ms. Robin Miles is the lady who read the book, huh? Well, let me tell you. She read that book as if she was Ms. Cissy. She represented Ms. Cissy so well it's just amazing. Ms. Miles should be reading your books if the authors cannot read them. She puts her heart into the story and keeps your interest. There has been books that i buy and then don't read when i hear the booring voice of the reader. Even some authors read so horribly you want to stop reading, example: andy williams. i love his singing voice, but his reading voice is just a no no!
Yes, when her son called her to inform her that Whitney was dead. I cried so much at that moment.
I love Ms. Cissy and Ms. Miles. Two amazing ladies.
I didn't have to read it.
It was just a good enjoyable book. It's a book you want to keep listening to.
Wow, Robin Miles did a great job. She had me thinking for a minute that she was Cissy Houston.
Never thought of that.
Love the book!!!
I would like to listen to this book again because I am sure I will pick up things I did not hear the first time. Also this book is very nice to relax and listen to!
This Audio Book was just very well done, what more can I say!
I did not listen to this book all at once but I did fine it hard to put down.
You will enjoy this book even it you were not a big Whitney fan.
The book, reading and story was AWESOME! I felt like I was sitting with Cissy and wanted to just give her a hug. I LOVED IT!
Made me teary.
It ranks pretty high due to narrator and flow on the story. There was nothing surprising or shocking in this audio.
Mommie dearest because it is a trying to explain the tragedy of life when your foundation is not solid and everyone depends on you
No. Her performance was very passionate and felt like she understood the intended feeling the author was expressing
Yes due to the way the story flowed. The pace kept the read interested.
This is a very touching story told from a mother's perspective. I was surprised at how much information Mrs. Houston shared in the book about her daughter; she held nothing back. I have much respect for Mrs. Houston and I am still sorry for her loss.
The class contained in Cissy's written word. She told what appeared to be the TRUE story about her beloved daughter which was really interesting: how she was raised, how her weaknesses (or feelings of inadequacy?) perhaps led to her drug use. Coming from a middle class working home with 2 supporting parents, it's amazing how drug use became bad habits of all 3 children.
Hearing about her childhood days!
No, she was an excellent.
The entire book! I could barely put it down.
I recommend this book to others who loved Whitney Houston.