Saturday, September 12, 2015

Review: Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison.




TITLE: Down the Rabbit Hole: 
Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny
AUTHOR: Holly Madison
GENRE: Autobiographical Memoir
FIRST READ: August 2015

BOOKISH SYNOPSIS: A former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner describes how her years inside the Playboy Mansion went from a fairytale of A-list celebrity parties to an oppressive regime of strict rules, scheduled sex, and a total loss of identity, so much so that she even contemplated suicide. ⠀



THOUGHTS: I enjoyed this book a lot more then I thought I would. (I didn't think much about this book aside from my cousin wanting to read it.) I feel like Madison's book can really make girls think twice about their choices. Even though she attempted to do right by her, she ended up going down a few roads that may not have been the best choices, and I love how throughout her book Holly tends to point out her errors. I went into this book without any high expectations so, maybe one should go into this book with low expeditions? (Since some people did not seem to like it.) I don't know. I also, did not know anything about Holly Madison, so just getting to know her through her book was great. Just give it a read, and I hope you enjoy it. I gave the book four stars because some parts of the book were, "meh" to me.

RATING: ★★★★☆

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