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By E.Z. Friedel | Comments: ( 392 ) | Date: ( Nov 13, 2019 )

Marilyn s Red Diary is shocking, funny, scandalous and sad but always brutally honest Marilyn Monroe is caught between intellectual giants her award winning playwright husband Arthur Miller and her dashing politician boyfriend Jack Then along comes Jack s fiery brother Bobby The world s dream girl relates her intimate adventures with many of the era s who s who MarilMarilyn s Red Diary is shocking, funny, scandalous and sad but always brutally honest Marilyn Monroe is caught between intellectual giants her award winning playwright husband Arthur Miller and her dashing politician boyfriend Jack Then along comes Jack s fiery brother Bobby The world s dream girl relates her intimate adventures with many of the era s who s who Marilyn s Red Diary is a touching portrait of a hard working, extremely bright woman, trapped in her own sensuality and, tragically, born far ahead of her time.


  • Title: Marilyn's Red Diary
  • Author: E.Z. Friedel
  • ISBN: 9780988890701
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback

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  • The Lit Bitch

    Friedel does a fantastic job blending fact, fiction, conspiracy, speculation, and rumor together in this novel. This is a uniquely written book. It’s not quite fiction but also not entirely fact which is what intrigued me about it the most.If portions of this diary were true… much of what she wrote down was fact and how much was her writing with her own slant on everything that happened? This was something I questioned throughout the book.I found myself wondering how much of what I was readi [...]


  • Kari Anderson

    Summary:What happened leading up to Marilyn’s death? Did she die of an overdose like was “officially” reported? Or did something much more brutal and vicious happen? How serious were her relationships with the Kennedy brothers? And just what, if any, was her role with the Mafia? Why don’t you let Marilyn tell you herself through her diary. My Thoughts:I can’t say before this book that I knew much about Marilyn Monroe. Yes, she’s a household name. Yes, she died from an overdose. I pro [...]


  • Lynda Kelly

    This is horribly written and I don't know if it was meant to be intentional using Marilyn's supposed spellings or not but I got fed up with it and packed it in at 26%.If it was meant to be written by someone who doesn't spell too well I don't see her suddenly getting plural apostrophes correct or knowing the difference with too/to and she/the author did.If these mistakes are the author's they're pretty appalling. Every time its was written it had no apostrophe, then was used where than was meant [...]


  • Cheryl

    I am familiar with Marilyn. However I would not say that I know a lot of details about her. In fact if I was to be quizzed, I would flunk. So then why would I read a book about Marilyn? To be honest, if I had not been sent this book to review it then I would not be aware of it and would never have known about it. This would have been a real bad shame. Marilyn’s Red Diary gives the reader a vivid inside depth look into the “real” Marilyn. This book is a speedy read. I really liked the way i [...]


  • Dina

    First of all, let me say I am not a Marilyn fan, I have not seen any of her movies and I don't know very much about her in general. I decided to read this book because I read many reviews saying it's true with a bit of editing from the author. This is supposedly her personal diary, the one she gave to her psychologist just before she died and contains a lot of details about her relationships, especially with the Kennedy brothers. She comes out as an intelligent and very lonely person. It's a ver [...]


  • Heather McWhorter

    If this is Marilyn's *actual* diary - then the book is astonishing as well as entertaining. But I can find no confirmation one way or the other on the diary's authenticity. Some of the things written in it I saw in other non-fiction books about the idol's life - so the author is well-informed at the least. I found it a striking glimpse into Marilyn's troubled world and psychological state. I'd definitely recommend this book to any other Marilyn fans.


  • Chris Bailey

    I have read so many books on Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn's dairy will keep you on your feet. After reading her diary, I definitely understand why the Kennedys wanted her book before the media or the government knew about it. Marilyn's dairy was kept in her psychiatrist's safe from August 4, 1962 to 1979. Then, for the remaining of the time, the book was given to her attorney; until, it was released to the public. Some of the stories in the book are funny. However, the remaining of the stories are sa [...]


  • BeaCharmed

    A fictional account of what Marilyn's diary might read like, the book mixes fact and fiction and gives us a glimpse of what Marilyn's internal thoughts may have been like. At times, the entries are written in a very bookish manner and other times read like thoughts quickly dashed off. There are typos and misspellings that you would expect to see in a handwritten journal not intended for public consumption and presumably representative of Marilyn's literacy level. Some entries were interesting, s [...]


  • Pam Woodcock

    I have never been a Marilyn fan, but for some reason this book appealed to me. Once I started reading it I couldn't put it down. If even half of what is written here is true, Marilyn was treated with injustice. She picked the wrong men, only wanted to be loved for who she was & desperately wanted a family. She overcame many odds, but couldn't overcome the Mafia, the CIA or the Kennedy family. She certainly deserved more respect as a person than she ever received. I believe I have become a fa [...]


  • Kathy

    4.5 stars. Purely speculative, Marilyn’s Red Diary by E.Z. Friedel is an entertaining and captivating story that gives a haunting look into the troubled life of Marilyn Monroe. Impossible to put down, this poignant novel reveals the vulnerable woman whose fame could not erase the desperate longing for love and family that lead her down a self-destructive path that ultimately lead to her death. Please click HERE to read my review in its entirety.


  • Tiffany

    I was very impressed with the amount of research and dedication it took to write this fictional book. Great job E.Z.!! I'm a huge Old Hollywood fan, and was very intrigued when I found out about this book! It's a very interesting book, and it will make you empathize even more with Marilyn Monroe and her struggles. Great read! My favorite line from the novel: 'You are one of a kind, which makes you feel lonely right now'


  • Brittany's Book Bumblings

    I found out about this book through a snippet in a newsletter, which said nothing of this being a fictionalized account of her life. As soon as I started reading, I noticed inconsistencies and obviously realized this was fiction. Even though it was fiction, I feel like basic research could have prevented so many "plotholes."


  • Darla

    I want to thank good reads for their contest was glad to win the book and thank EZ Friedel for publishing such a wonderful book it is sad because of her untimely death but it was so good to see life from her perspective GREAT BOOK RECOMMEND IT TO ALL MARILYN MONROE FANS she will always be an icon in the movie industry


  • Elaine

    So excited about winning this book and I have to be honest-parts were well written but, others, argh!, enough of the whining. An interesting read and insight into an icon who just happened to live in the wrong time.


  • Jeanie Rex

    If the book is truly her diary, it had some very interesting historical pieces. No matter what, it was sad but interesting at the same timeke that train wreck you can't help but stare at as you drive past.


  • Natalee

    Who knows if it's actual truth, but if so it has some interesting historical information. I was interested to find out a little about the famous Marilyn but was disappointed in her character and makes me wonder shy she is so idolized??


  • Lana Jill Coffman

    Fascinating!This book is a must read for Marilyn Monroe fans. After reading this diary I am convinced she was murdered. So sad that she never got the chance to find the right man to have a child and family that she so desperately wanted.


  • Beth Ward

    LovedI enjoyed reading this book. It was very interesting and hard to tell what was truth and what was fiction. To me it all sounded like it could be true.


  • Anaya

    Good it


  • Tiffany Anderson

    Good bookwhat a great book now I understand her morewhat a sad loss to the worldI enjoyed this very much


  • Theresa

    Sad, but it makes her look like a whore. She had a very sad life but a lot of the book was repetitive sex.


  • Sue

    Could not delete it fast enoughG


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