Wildflower by Drew Barrymore


Reviewed by Pat Plamann (Library Staff)

I have to admit, I always liked Barrymore so I was drawn to this autobiography. I enjoyed this book! She tells about her life in a very open and honest way, even including parts of her life she wished she would have lived differently. Though she didn’t choose it, she lived a very independent life from a young girl on, and it’s fascinating to see how she used the disadvantages to become the person she is today.

Located in Adult Nonfiction (792.092 BAR)


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