Top critical review
on 22 October 2012
I read this book when it first came out in 2005, and again today and realise how exaggerated it is. Carmen's hatred for the 'Bin Laden' clan is all 'talk'.
Firstly, if she hated them so much, why did she keep her Husband's surname? And why did her daughter's keep the surname too, she and her daughters could have both reverted back to her maiden name. It would have been easy after 9/11, with just cause.
The woman is clearly a bitter gold-digger who is profiting from her ex-husband's surname, her accounts are over the top.
I found the fact that she was profiting from such a devastating event in history to be in extremely bad taste.
This book has used 9/11 as a money making mechanism for a divorcee, a way to get back at her ex-husband and a chance for a tired looking woman to get her 15 minutes of fame and name splashed over the media, disgusting.
This book is the Jerry Springer of facts.