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playgroune Paperbackpages. Lists with This Book. The 70’s must have been a crazy time. I enjoyed it because I like reading about people’s life experiences but this definitely wasn’t one of my favorites. Then sagibor is her mother who is missing in action from her daughter’s life. By the end, I was ashamed that I had read this trash. It’s too bad she did not hire a ghostwriter. Hugh Hefner basically only corrected two little things on a time line and everything I could determine indicates the story was actually toned down for publication and the publisher requested sworn testimony from some people involved before their legal dept.

Yes Jennifer, we realize you ssaginor super dark taste in music because your messed up life, is that what you want?

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Hugh Hefner with some of his girlfriends. The author’s father was Hugh Hefner’s personal physician and best friend safinor decades. You have your own room. Alas, Saginor grows up a bit and becomes a drugged up hussy suffering from a negligent, drugged up, and abusive father.


I expected more of the same from the rest of the book and is, I assume, the only reason anyone picks this off a shelf. She’s a hooker, she’s a coke whore, she’s a slut, on and on and on. In that respect it has the I was instantly put off from this book by glancing at the back.

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There were just no boundaries. No Lifeguard on Duty.

All of which leaves me wondering why I read this book in a day. And Plqyground have no doubt that every last one of these jobs was arranged for her. Schoolwork, family, and “ordinary people” had no meaning behind the iron gates of the Mansion, where celebrities frolicked, pool parties abounded, and her own father—Hugh Hefner’s personal physician and best friend, the man nicknamed “Dr.

I find it hard jennifeer believe that Hef let a child roam the hallways of the mansion unsupervised. We appreciate your feedback.

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The writing was so trite and stilted I almost wondered if there was a ghost-writer involved. Melissa Explains It All.

Sometimes hard to believe that it could have happened. My main issue with the book is how Saginor refers to playgrkund every single woman in the book as a whore.

The first ish pages of the book do enjoy the juxtaposition of childish naivete with the debauchery of the Playboy Mansion in the ’70s.

Sep 26, Liz Crowley rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Surprisingly, she still attends parties there – most recently, a Fourth of July bash – and is “supposedly still on the guest list”, despite reported comments from Hefner contradicting some details in the book. Jul 08, Heather rated it did not like it. We see jehnifer life in the contexts of upper-class families, high school, her serious-minded and loving grandfather, her father’s wild friends and their manipulative and dangerous world, and at the mansion, where fun is free-flowing and consequences are handled by each person individually as best they can.



The dialogue is also incredibly trite. Jenmifer, it’s pretty awful. Finally there’s “Hef” who gets a total pass from Jennifer. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!

Narrated by Jennifer Saginor, the daughter of Dr. It is hard to sympathize with a someone that breaks up with her soap opera star boyfriend and drive drunkenly into someone else’s car.

I got this one in the bargin bin at the book store for about 3 bucks so I wasn’t expecting much, but it was quite enjoyable. Who Do You Love.

Playground: A Childhood Lost Inside the Playboy Mansion

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