The First Time

The First Time

Book - 1998
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The pop singer, Oscar-winning actress, and television star reveals the details of her volatile life, including her years with the late Sonny Bono, stories about her childhood, and her professional experiences.
Publisher: New York, Ny. : Simon & Schuster, 1998.
ISBN: 9780684809007
0684809001
Branch Call Number: 782.42164092 Cher
782/.42/164/092/Cher 3588mb 1
Characteristics: 270 p., [32] p. of plates : ill. (some col.)
Additional Contributors: Coplon, Jeff

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rufus_red4 Aug 13, 2015

Being a life long fan of Cher's I read this memoir rather quickly. Though I'd of preferred a straight forward concept, instead of every chapter being named "The First Time" of this or that, (lets face it, everything's the first time in a memoir), I still thoroughly enjoyed it. Still, I wanted more, more of what life with Greg Allman was like, how involved was she with David Geffen, the making of "Tea With Mussolini" and for someone who was so forward with her sexuality, she barely mentions sex. This book just reminded me how much I love her and reinforced that. She seems unstoppable.

musicobsessie Sep 15, 2011

LOOOVE this book!!! it's hilarious and straight to the point like she is. there is no crap in this book, she says her mind!

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