I've grown intrigued with that book 'cause it shows you Marilyn Monroe, a person whose "official image" everyone still seems to know such a long time after her death, as a very complexe personality. Also, about many events in her life there seem to be several, often conflicting, theories. You end up intrigued by M. Monroe; some-one who escapes the claim made by so many to be easily understood. 'Cause she was so much more. As A conclusion, I think this books does Marilyn Monroe justice by showing her as an intelligent, at times difficult person, with convictions, hopes and strength. And humor.
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