The Company She Keeps

The Company She Keeps

by Georgia Durante
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The Company She Keeps 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Shelby Young More than 1 year ago
I am very displeased with the purchase of this book. It should be renamed 'How I slept with a truck load of people and screwed up my kids'
Beren54 More than 1 year ago
Could not put this book down. Georgia's autobiography is a remarkable story of struggle, pain, and ultimately some redemption for a woman who defitnitely lived on the edge. The characters, and stories are compelling. I constantly asked myself how a woman like this got mixed up with the dysfunctional, evil and semi-evil men here, but perhaps this is a symptom of being battered. What is clear is that she is a remarkable lady but while you empathize with her, she still made some wrong choices that ultimately drove her into the insaneness of her life. Hopefully today she is healthy, and has found the balance she so desperately sought. I wish her all the best.
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NanaLA More than 1 year ago
Great Book.  Didn't know she was married to Joey Lamendola.  Learn something everyday
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Very good book. Georgia is a very strong woman!
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From the moment I started reading this book, I couldn't put it down! I absolutely loved this book! The way she expressed herself and described what went on all throughout her life made you feel like you were right there experiencing it all with her. The struggles and hell she went through to come out on top of it all is a true inspiration! I recommend this book to anyone and everyone!
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I was disapointed in the ending as the author barely touched on how she got custody of the child. It left a lot of unanswered questions. Also, she is featured prominently in photos in the book +with Chuck Woolery, but never much mentions what part he played in her life.
mshane More than 1 year ago
This is a very interesting book about an extremely brave woman that is hard for the average person to relate to. A good read typical of people with money and no moral character.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was rivited from the moment I began to read this book. A beautiful smart capable young woman took a wrong turn at the cross roads of her adolesnce. She grew up fast and tried to please everyone, except herself. She followed her heart and not her head. Her young life was so sad. There were plenty of people to blame her misery on, but instead of placing blame and excepting her mistakes as fait a compli, like a Phoenix, Georgia rose from the ashes, dusted herself off and grew to be a smart, savvy, powerful woman. This book could have ended in tragedy. Instead it is a testimonial to the power of the human spirit. Awesome read. Awesome woman.