Official Review: My Friend Marilyn by Christopher Lentz

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Re: Official Review: My Friend Marilyn by Christopher Lentz

Post by bclayton13 » 26 Jun 2018, 20:18

Oh now I'm just dying to read this. The character of Penny sounds lovely and I'd love to read more about her. Great review!

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Post by teacherjh » 30 Jun 2018, 00:52

It would be interesting to read a book based around Marilyn. This sounds like it’s well written.

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Post by Julie Green » 03 Jul 2018, 15:33

This sounds like an interesting book - it sounds like the mix of fact and fiction works well. I might give it a read. Nice review!
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Post by Sunnyroyish » 08 Aug 2018, 07:06

I don't usually like love stories but this one has Marilyn Monroe in it. So I'm gonna take a look. Thanks for your review.
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