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on 15 March 2013
I really have enjoyed this book!! This is a very good, honest and in depth heartfelt wonderful book on Whitney and her family's life written by her mum Cissy Houston and forwarded by Dionne Warrick her Cousin!! It doesn't get much better!! :) I really recommend this to any true fan of Whitney Houston, because there is still more to learn about her that we didn't know before this book. And alot is in this book Remembering Whitney including rare and beautiful photos of her and her family e.t.c...
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on 8 February 2014
Beautifully written and from the heart. I can relate and truly appreciate how hard it is for a parent to see their child go through ups and downs and trying to maintain a balance so that you are there for them but also to treat them like adults and give them space. Very down to earth and straight talking. Whitney was an amazingly talented and beautiful person.
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on 20 March 2014
I agree with some of the other reviews this book was quite it is to a lot about her mother. Her mother wrote it so t would be,,the story started with her mother.The story did tell you how hard it is to beat an addiction,how no one can help you only your self.it is quite sad.Whitney had a wonderful gift.I did enjoy this book
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on 15 April 2013
a great book to read, there is nothing like reading a book that has been written by one of the parents, in this case her mum.
she knows waht is like to see her daughter fight her demons, cissy houston took us on a journey that was that could not be written
by anyone else but herself.
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on 4 August 2013
I wanted to hear from Whitney's mother as who else would know her better? Unfortunately, the ups and downs of her dear daughter shows we don't really know anyone's feelings no matter how close we may be to them.
A great history of Cissie and Whitney by a loving mother.
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on 14 July 2014
Fantastic read great insight to Whitney Houston life although the book was great I wish there had been more details into Whitney's adults life as I felt it was all about her growing up not much on the actual reason she ended up the way she did but still a great book
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on 27 March 2013
Read this in a couple of days - could not put it down. When I was reading it it felt like her mum was just sitting there telling her story it is an excellent read especially if you are interested in the music business. It is a must for Whitney fans.
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Really enjoyed this book, learnt a lot about Whitney.
she was not as innocent as the media portrayed.
For years, her mother blamed Bobbi brown for "corrupting her daughter" when in fact it was Whitney​ who was who was the Rascal
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on 20 February 2015
I'm a massive fan and recently watched the Whitney movie, was great to hear her mum's perspective of Whitney's life.
Some may say biased but then she Is her mother so it's bound to be.

If you are a Whitney fan I would recommend.
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on 3 January 2014
I was looking forward to reading this. A mother insight to the rise and fall of her daughter. However I felt it was more about Cissy then Whitney. It was almost like she needed us to know she was famous for her music too.
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