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Haywire From The Moment Of Its Publication In 1977, Haywire Was A National Sensation And A 1 Bestseller, A Celebrated Hollywood Memoir Of A Glittering Family And The Stunning Darkness That Lurked Just Beneath The Surface Brooke Hayward Was Born Into The Most Enviable Of Circumstances The Daughter Of A Famous Actress And A Successful Hollywood Agent, She Was Beautiful, Wealthy, And Living At The Very Center Of The Most Privileged Life America Had To Offer Yet At Twenty Three Her Family Was Ripped Apart Who Could Have Imagined That This Magical Life Could Shatter, So Conclusively, So Destructively Brooke Hayward Tells The Riveting Story Of How Her Family Went Haywire From The Trade Paperback Edition.

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10 thoughts on “Haywire

  1. says:

    Brooke, in her 30s, was the most stunning looking woman I ever met Also, among the most boring She made terrible decisions GRs who get wet reading abt famous dysfunctional families best bring 3 changes of underwear Pls, stop saying what a good writer, yew dummies Now, go, changes your undies.

  2. says:

    read this when first came out and was completely drawn in Very good book

  3. says:

    This was just recently re released I read it when it first came out and I was a kid I now know I didn t understand half of it It is such a tragic story of a dream family Who wouldn t have wanted to grow up in the 1930 s and 40 s in Hollywood with your mother a famous movie star and your father one of the biggest power players Three out of the five ...

  4. says:

    Hayward s memoir tells what it was like for her growing up in the golden age of Hollywood, where she grew up with the Fondas as playmates while her parents were hanging out with Jimmy Stewart and other Hollywood types And of course it all went horribly wrong Here is an excerpt from my review Brooke s mother was film and stage actress Margaret Sullavan, best known for her roles in The Shop Around the Corner and The Good Fairy Her father was Hollywood and Br

  5. says:

    Brooke Hayward s memoir, Haywire, caused a sensation when it appeared in 1977 There had never been quite such a frank account of family dysfunction, certainly not from such a famous source Daughter of celebrated producer Leland Hayward and stage screen actress Margaret Sullavan, Hayward grew up in a privileged world edged with tension and teeming with dark secrets Dramatis personae in this compelling tale of survival and redemption include Henry, Jane and Peter Fo

  6. says:

    This book was a gift inways than one Gift 1 My friend Janet sent it to me Gift 2 It reminded me how significant a memoir can be Publicity positions this book as a Hollywood memoir you know the kind, lots of name dropping and gossip , but that really undermines what Hayward accomplished She is a good writer And even though her parents were a famous agent and the actress Margaret Sullavan, and the best family friends were the Fondas Hayward s mom was briefly married to Henr

  7. says:

    This book has followed me around for 30 years I finally decided to buy it and read it and I am glad that I did This is old Hollywood i.e the days of Henry Fonda, Margaret Sullavan and Jimmy Stewart told by Brooke Hayward the daughter of Leland Hayward and Margaret Sullavan While this newly attained knowledge will not change my life in any way, I was still happy to have read it and learnt about how mental illness was handled by parents and the general public back in the 60 s and 7

  8. says:

    This book is a memoir by Brooke Hayward, the privileged daughter of actress Margaret Sullavan and producer Leland Hayward I wanted to read this book because I love a couple of Margaret Sullavan s movies and I was curious about her life and family The book is written in kind of stream of consciousness style that jumps around a bit clearly, she was not a professional writer She writes about the New York crowd of rich and famous in a way that reminds me of how bloggers describe the Washingt

  9. says:

    I loved this book because I have thing about famous dysfunctional families This one was def crazy The author writes about her family in a poignant and lyrical way that reminds me of how Fitzgerald would have written if he had been a member of this family Her insights into her mother, father, brother and the torturous, ill fated relationship between her sister and mother are stunning They still hold true if you think about other families you know Both her mother and sister ended up committi I lov

  10. says:

    I liked the quote at the end I wept for my family, all if us, my beautiful, idyllic, lost family I wept for our excesses, our delusions and inconsistencies that we had let such extraordinary care be subverted into extraordinary...

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