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Not an expose, not uplifting, not interesting, it mocks itself. Sep 11, Trichelle De La Cueva rated it liked it. Feelgood” the famous doc of Hugh Hefner playgdound weightloss guru. She never stood on her own two feet, went without the decadence, and tried to make something of her life.

Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion by Jennifer Saginor

All of which leaves me wondering why I read this book in a day. Like Telegraph Books on Facebook. Thanks for telling us about the problem. And who would not ditch school and go to the mansion if they could?

My Playboy youth: sex, drugs, guns

As well as an under-age relationship with a young soap star, Saginor, now 36, claims that at 14 she embarked on a steamy affair with one of Hefner’s female friends, who is given the pseudonym “Kendall” in the book. The selfish father was intriguing enough. Is this really necessary?


Why do I bother to attempt to saginnor well when the stuff we find totally compelling is trash? I read this years back, and I recall jeninfer it was interesting enough to finish, what with a real-life lesbian fling between the author and another Playboy Playmate going on. The title itself makes it pretty clear the book is going to be trash, but I didn’t expect it to be such poorly written self-centered trash.

I was living a dual reality between my teenage life at high school and my life at the mansion. Even the title of the book is misleading since much of the book isn’t even at the Mansion.

No Lifeguard on Duty. I’m not fond of the present tense artifice, but it isn’t too bad here. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Saginor last saw her father at a party at the mansion saginnor year and is unsure of his current whereabouts.

Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion

A collection of the best contributions and reports from the Telegraph focussing on the key events, decisions and moments in Churchill’s life. Tales of a Hollywood Housewife. I’m all for description and details but jrnnifer of what she included seemed so over dramatic and added for It also becomes very annoying.

You are six years old. In that respect it has the potential to be a great memoir. A Little Thing Called Life. March 17, Imprint: No, this only got one star because the writing style was horrible and it was a creepy book.


Also, it’s generally depressing. So I guess the I read for our book club. She is still haunted by the events of her youth, but is not out for revenge. There really are some compelling and playgrounf beautiful descriptions of 80’s fashions.

I should also add that there are numerous sentences with antecedent-referent issues, or subject-verb agreement issues.

Saginor needs to decide if she is looking at this memoir through kid eyes or through adult eyes making sense of her crazy childhood. Feb 12, Em rated it did not like it Shelves: This biographical story is memorably well-told.

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There was plenty of detail about plajground clothing, name dropping celebrities and the bunnies themselves but Worse than the B-list celebrities she mocks, she is just a spoiled little girl that just so happened to be passing through. Trash books all day long.

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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Salacious, trashy and hard to put down. The author talks about ditching school every day, and it shows in her writing.