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This woman lives in a fantasy world. She drones on and on about what a wonderful person she is and what a wonderful friend she was to Martha. She refers to "moguls" and "celebrities" but never divulges their names. This book was a self-fulfilling and selfish attempt to make herself look good. The only positive is that it allows the reader some insight into Martha's lifestyle and the people she has shared her life with. I became ANGRY many times while listening to this pathetic martyr.
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Holy Cow....talk about being glued to someones hip & being afraid to speak up for fear of losing a 'friendship'.
Mariana Pasternak overlooked despicable traits in her' friend' Martha Stewart because she so enjoyed the life she was living. The whole thing made me ill.
This life of privilege and snobbery and feeling entitled, and constantly excusing it all to come back for more.OH MY. From the ridiculous relishing of drinking tea from special tea leaves to buying up houses and the fancy schmancy parties. So self absorbed.
The reader, while her voice was lovely, only made all of it so much more nauseating. The saddest part....you can tell that Mariana still wishes she were friends with Stewart and only through Stewarts undoing did it fall apart...NOT because Mariana was able to ever stand up for herself & tell Stewart how disgustingly she behaved.
As the story droned on and on I kept thinking...damn...END ALREADY.