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Whitney Houston was born to sing. The breathtakingly talented daughter of Cissy Houston, Whitney became a star at the tender age of 19, when the great Clive Davis heard her wowing a nightclub audience. After she topped the Billboard charts, Whitney set Hollywood alight with her star-making role in The Bodyguard.
But just when it seemed like Houston was on top of the world, her own world started to crumble. Drug abuse took its toll on her knockout voice, and her troubled marriage to Bobby Brown overshadowed her stellar talent. Packed with stunning photos and backstage revelations, Remembering Whitney 1963-2012 tells the whole story of the singer’s meteoric rise and tragic fall with compassion and insight.
Hardcover Book : 96 pages
Publisher: Time Home Entertainment Inc. ( March 05, 2012 )
Item #: 13-594206
Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 10.875 inches
Product Weight: 18.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I absolutely love it. I brought two one for me and one for my daughter...it let you see the best parts of her inside life.
Although this book was only focusing on her turbulent lifestyle i enjoyed reading it. It could have included the best times of her career instead of the sadden occurences that led to her untimely death.
I was disappointed with my purchase and honestly would like to have my money refunded. This was a quickly thrown together product of archived photos, and stories that had been printed about Whitney throughout the years. I was expecting a celebration of her life, music, and accomplishments, not a recap of the negativity that surrounded her late in life. I could have retrieved the same information off the internet and created the same product. I think it is horrific that even in death the media is still pulling her down. She owed the world nothing and gave us everything through her music, for me that was more than enough. RIP
This was a great book, a must have for all Whitney fans. There were alot of facts about her that I was unaware of. The pictures are worth the book all by themselves.