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Publisher's Summary

From the heart of one of the most beloved performers in music comes a candid memoir of professional triumph, private heartbreak, and personal victory, a coming-of-age account of a very private search for harmony and a very public rise to fame. Coming Home to Myself is the result of that emotional journey, a song of personal discovery that taught Wynonna Judd to love not just what she does, but who she is. From a truly exceptional woman comes an unexpected memoir of survival, strength, hope, and forgiveness, filled with an exultant and empowering message certain to resonate with those who have dreamed of finding themselves, and who only needed the courage and inspiration to begin their own journey.
©2005 Wynonna Judd (P)2005 Tantor Media, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael on 10-16-05

Outstanding

Unexpectedly good book. Wonderfully written and read. I felt like Wynonna has just having a chat with me. Please do not pass this off as a chick book - I am a man but found myself staying awake until 2am listening about female relationships.

Most folks think that rich and famous folks have got it made and do not have any real problems or conflicts in their lives, but this book proves them wrong. Wynonna has had many struggles in throughout her life that have, until now been hidden from the public. This wonderful book traces Wynonna?s life and its many interesting and challenging relationships. Listeners will find out Wynonna finally makes sense of her life by coming home to herself. You will not be disappointed with this book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Annie on 02-02-09

Skip the second half

I love the Judds, bought Wynonna's first solo CD, and always followed them in the media. I was thrilled to download this book and hear from Wynnona who always seemed to hide behind her Mom's more dominant personality.
The first half is background on her upbringing, relationship with Mom and sister Ashley and that part was edifying. I feel like I know all three of them much better now and heard cute stories of their rise to fame.
The second half is mostly long, tedious accounts of how Wynnona got life coaching and learned how to interact with her husband and kids. Many mundane and specific examples that have been more grippingly detailed in many a self-help book. Snooze... boring!

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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