The first half of the book, regarding the authors childhood and insights into the movie business was very interesting, but after that, the author just sounded like a young person who never matured and wanted to blame her mother for everything. I kept wanting to say "good grief, get over it." Everyone's parents can be upsetting at times. The author had a lot less to put up with than a whole lot of other people who get on with their lives.
I was disappointed. It was a waist of my time and money!
If I were the author I would be really annoyed that the narrator made Melissa sound like a spoiled brat. I know the author wanted the mother to sound like the worst person on earth, but she succeeded in doing it to the author as well.
Only if you stop it half way.
It was three cases at once. Never a dull moment, and you couldn't tell
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