Absolutely Now!: A Futurist's Journey to her Inner Truth

Absolutely Now A Futurist s Journey to her Inner Truth The model for the outrageous and driven character of Edina Monsoon on the cult television series Absolutely Fabulous tells the story of her journey from the extravagant Ab Fab years to a new way of lo

  • Title: Absolutely Now!: A Futurist's Journey to her Inner Truth
  • Author: Lynne Franks
  • ISBN: 9780879518592
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The model for the outrageous and driven character of Edina Monsoon on the cult television series Absolutely Fabulous tells the story of her journey from the extravagant Ab Fab years to a new way of looking at personal relationships, business, and spirituality.

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    1. This book is very much a memoir about how the author found her inner truth after she decided that money and fame weren't the only things in life which mattered. I'm not sure whether it was her style of writing or her apparent belief that she now knows what all women want that annoyed me about it but I found the whole book more than a little irritating. It was too full of celebrity names for my taste though clearly that's what much of the author's working life consisted of dealing with celebritie [...]

    2. Borrowed from Publisher/NetGalley for an honest review.The beginning started out interesting with the author detailing why she was simplifying her life after years as a high profile publicist. This book is very heavy on New Age/Alternative therapies and treatments that the author uses to guide her life into a more peaceful and positive way of living.This couldn't hold my attention for too long because the writing became really bland and boring with the best parts of each chapter being the boldfa [...]

    3. Supremely boring, sweetie darling! Reads like a disjointed, new-age self-help guide. The only entertainment value is her complete and total lack of self awarenessbut it's not enough to finish the book.

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