In her best-selling autobiography, Enter Talking, popular talk show host Joan Rivers told of her struggle for success. In this book, Still Talking, she gives - as only she can - a searing and funny account of her private tragedy, her public fall from grace, and her recent triumph against all odds.
©1991 Joan Rivers; (P)1991 Dove Audio, Inc.
Taking about a lot of depressing mumbo jumbo. Most celeb-bio's are funny and uplifting and give the reader (or listener) a deep look inside of the personal life and emotions of the celeb's life. This audio book on the other hand was just a long sad story about Edgar Rivers. Very little of this book dealt with Joan herself. Yes there were bits and pieces of personal information but everything was about Edgar this and Edgar that. I did not purchase this audio book to hear about the life and times of Edgar Rivers. I wanted to hear about Joan, about the gossip, the plastic surgery, the juicy details of her assorted life. But instead it was the sad and depressing memiors of an old dying man. Edgar Rivers.
If you are going to purchase this audio book to learn about Joan Rivers and her life look elsewhere. That story is not here.
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