From Mother and Daughter to Friends

From Mother and Daughter to Friends

by Nancy Aniston
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Even th9ugh Nancy Aniston came under fire for capitalizing on her daughters fame/fortune, this book is worth a read. She gives detailed accounts of Jennifer growing up, family troubles and school days. Check it out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a sad yet very interesting book about the process of mother-daughter estrangement. There is an old saying that 'society seduces children away from parents using false promises and then eventually abandons these children...' There is an ominous sense of that here in this book. Time will tell. Good reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'll admit, some of the anecdotes about Jennifer Aniston were interesting, but there were too few, and the book jumped all over from year to year with no rhyme nor reason. This author milked every bit of drama that she could out of every event in her life.....very self centered, and boo hoo me. I had been under the impression that Jennifer Aniston broke off ties with her mom AFTER this book was written, but it turns out that it occurred BEFORE the book was written, and we never find out the reason that Jennifer severed ties. I'm guessing that if the real reason is because of the interview that the mother was tricked into, it could have been put behind them very easily, especially considering that Jennifer forgave her father for the hurtful things that he doled out. I'm glad I read the book to satisfy my curiosity, but it wasn' that great of a read. I have a low opinion of the mother. I also have a low opinion of the father because he cheated on the mother.......NEVER ok. If he were unhappy, he should have ended the marriage before he found a girlfriend. But the author is an over the top whiner.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago