Ali in Wonderland

Ali in Wonderland

And Other Tall Tales

Book - 2012
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An acclaimed comedic actress and writer, who rebelled against her blue-blood upbringing by embracing Hollywood, presents a memoir that details her crazy journey to define herself on her own terms.
Publisher: New York : Harper, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061998577
0061998575
Branch Call Number: B WENTWORTH
Characteristics: 246 p. ; 22 cm

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Ehd12345
Dec 23, 2015

Cute read but somewhat disjointed in places, as though the author feels above maintaining the reader's interest.

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Aamy
Dec 16, 2015

She has absolutely NO self-knowledge. She actually claims to have gone up "middle class" even though her family was very wealthy including a house on Embassy row in DC and a teenage summer aboard in Europe! She is delusional about her self. I stopped reading after she started in about how her mother would take spa days at the Plaza hotel to revive her flagging spirit. Shouldn't we all!! Gross!!

hbrown10011 Aug 23, 2015

Funny and delightful. I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir!

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ebbtide74
Apr 01, 2013

Ali Wentworth's writing is funnier than her act! There are chapters in this book that I laughed so hard I was crying! Hysterical!!

Misty20 Mar 31, 2012

Funny book about her life and experiences leading up to her current life with George. Enjoyable light reading.

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Deb10
Aug 02, 2012

This is an entertaining book about the story of Ali Wentworth, who is the wife of the ABC News anchor, George Stephanopoulos. It encompasses her hilarious experiences from when she was just a child to when she was in relationships with people. Her sarcasm throughout the book adds to the humor and will leave you doubled over with laughter.

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