Marcia's Reviews > Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon---and the Journey of a Generation

Girls Like Us by Sheila Weller
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May 13, 08

A fun read for the last 250 pages or so, unfortunately, this book is over 500 pages. My advice, skip the first 200 pages or so. The pop psychology of their childhoods is less interesting to me than what is behind their music, the connections between the three of them, and, without a doubt, the gossip of who slept with whom and who the songs are REALLY about. The author is not a great writer, but the book is thoroughly researched and documented. I’ve never seen so many footnotes in a music biography! This is a nice, light, summer read.
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