A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen  A Review by Eureka

A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen A Review

By Eureka

  • Release Date: 2015-05-08
  • Genre: Study Aids
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A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen | A Review
 
A Fine Romance is a memoir by Candice Bergen. The actress and former fashion model shares stories about her marriages, about her daughter, Chloe Malle, and about her acting career…
 
This companion to A Curious Mind includes:
• Overview of the book
• Character Analysis
• A Discussion on Themes
• and much more!

Reviews

  • Perfect

    5
    By Girlybird AK
    I've been wanted to read A Fine Romance but I never have the time because of work. Eureka Books does a fantastic job telling you everything about this book in a short amount of time. For a summary, it gives great details about the characters and the storyline! If you've never read the book and don't have the time or if you had read it but want a better understanding of the book, this is perfect for you.
  • Great review.

    5
    By TheFadeness
    The original book "A Fine Romance" is quite a nice story. This review summarizes the book in a way that about anyone can understand and learn about the original book. It also describes the characters very nicely and discusses the themes of the books. I would recommend this book to anyone who wishes to read the book with a nice summary of it as well as character analysis and discussions on themes.
  • Amazing Book

    5
    By Dian Foster
    Great story, very funny and nice. Has an essence of glamour history that makes it unique. It's a great written by a great writer who knows how to make the best of the history. The book is prolonged and sometimes because of the abundance of details he describes and like all has its ups and downs reading.
  • Excellent!

    5
    By JordanHansen
    This ebook does a great job of explaining A Fine Romance. It sumarizes the book extremely well, and does a great job of analyzing the characters in a way that you probably didn't think of before. I would highly recomend this book to anyone reading A Fine Romance who wants to understand the book better.

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