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Don't Stop Believin' by Olivia Newton-John
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There was nothing really wrong with this memoir (if you don't count the excessive exclamation marks) but it was obvious she didn't have a ghostwriter or a good editor. ONJ has been notoriously tight-lipped about her personal life and while she divulges some information (mainly about her early career, work in Grease, and cancer battles), there wasn't much more in the way of details than what we already know about her life. At one point she reluctantly (that seemed to be the tone anyway) discusses her relationship with Patrick McDermott and what happened after he disappeared, but at the end of the chapter said she'll probably never know what happened to him. She did go on to say some good things came out of the relationship such as friendships with his ex-wife and son.

That all being said, I'm a casual fan so true fans may find this more absorbing. I also found the photos to be somewhat hodgepodge and in no logical order but liked the montage of album covers over the years.
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March 29, 2019 – Started Reading
March 29, 2019 – Shelved
April 8, 2019 – Finished Reading

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Lisa Lots of exclamation marks!!!!


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