Jenny was true to her self and her story. She was the only person who could have done this book justice. Walking in her shoes had to be hard, and laughing at life was her coping mechanism, and she shares it beautifully.
Honestly, this title stands alone.
Hearing her tell the story, and actually talking to the audio book listener made it more personal of a reading experience.
My wife and I listened to this book together, and we both laughed and cried.
Some strong language, and if the word vagina scares you, pick something else.
Diamondhead is a missle that fizzles. The characters are shallow, the women are weak and whiny, and the plot was very predictible.
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