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Then Again
Reviewed by- linda (2012/01/20, 03:00 AM)
The tone of this book is exactly what youd expect from the unassuming understated Diane Keaton. Its heartfelt and beautifully written. In it she speaks to women, daughters and mothers everywhere in an honest sincere voice. The book is clearly a gift to her mother; an acknowledgement of the deep love and respect she felt for her. Diane also gives us some great candid insight into her life, her struggle to find herself, the family that helped define her and her relationships with men of Hollywood. She mentions her problem with bulimia and tells of her reasons for adopting children at age 50. Throughout it all her individualism and uniqueness makes for an interesting and refreshing read.Back.

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