Like Venus Fading - Marsha Hunt Reviews
Description:ISBN 000225686X / Author: Marsha Hunt / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 24/11/06, updated on 24/11/06 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Have you ever been mislead by the blurb on the back of the book and the book was different to what you expected. I was with “Like Venus Fading” by Marsha Hunt, former model, singer and lover of Mick Jagger The blurb says the book is about Irene O’Brien, a fictional black Marilyn Monroe who cheats death in 1965 after an accidental overdose to change her identity and live in relative obscurity. The book is based around the “fictional” Irene O Brien recalling her memories of the different stages and personas of her life. On the face of it I found the book very interesting but very depressing. The book is a rags to riches and back to rags tale about ... Read the complete review
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