[Ebook] ↠ Platinum Doll Author Anne Girard – Writerscompany.co.uk

Platinum Doll Set Against The Dazzling Backdrop Of Golden Age Hollywood, Novelist Anne Girard Tells The Enchanting Story Of Jean Harlow, One Of The Most Iconic Stars In The History Of Film.It S The Roaring Twenties And Seventeen Year Old Harlean Carpenter McGrew Has Run Off To Beverly Hills She S Chasing A Dream To Escape Her Small, Midwestern Life And See Her Name In Lights.In California, Harlean Has Everything A Girl Could Want A Rich Husband, Glamorous Parties, Socialite Friends Except An Outlet For Her Talent But Everything Changes When A Dare Pushes Her To Embrace Her True Ambition To Be An Actress On The Silver Screen With Her Timeless Beauty And Striking Shade Of Platinum Blond Hair, Harlean Becomes Jean Harlow And As She S Thrust Into The Limelight, Jean Learns That This New World Of Opportunity Comes With Its Own Set Of Burdens Torn Between Her Family And Her Passion To Perform, Jean Is Forced To Confront The Difficult Truth That Fame Comes At A Price, If Only She S Willing To Pay It Amid A Glittering Cast Of Ingenues And Hollywood Titans Clara Bow, Clark Gable, Laurel And Hardy, Howard Hughes, Platinum Doll Introduces Us To The Star Who Would Shine Brighter Than Them All.


10 thoughts on “Platinum Doll

  1. says:

    Jean Harlow, the effervescent MGM starlet of the 1930 s was known as both Platinum Doll and Platinum Blonde I knew very little about this woman, even though her photos and name have maintained celebrity and recognitio


  2. says:

    3.75 Stars PLATINUM DOLL is a novel based on actress Jean Harlow s rise to fame during the Golden Age of Hollywood In the late 1920s, she goes to California as a teenage bride from the Midwest The book follows her turbulent mar


  3. says:

    Find this and other reviews at first experience with author Anne Girard took place in 2014 when I read Madame Picasso The book impressed me and played a large part in prompting my interest in Platinum Doll I knew next to nothing about Je


  4. says:

    I ve longed admired Jean Harlow There s just something about her that is mesmerizing and infectious She was someone who seemed to glow from within While I am no expert and haven t seen all her films, I still have an idea of who she might have been


  5. says:

    Find my full review at s something fascinating to me about peaking behind the glamour and spectacle of the golden age of Hollywood and seeing the grit, disappointment and sacrifice hidden beneath I haven t read a book yet or seen a movie set during this uni


  6. says:

    Strong 3.5A novel about Jean Harlow early in her career The book focused on her first marriage, which I found very interesting The book ended just as Harlow was a superstar I have read a lot of books about old Hollywood and I remember reading that Harlow was pretty w


  7. says:

    A beautifully told story about Jean Harlow, the original blond bombshell, and the romantic era of Hollywood.


  8. says:

    I know next to nothing about Jean Harlow and this sounded sort of like Hollywood meets The Great Gatsby so I was super excited to read it Girard s writing style impressed me right away A book like this needs some sparkle and glamour when it comes to the writing style.it is a book set in


  9. says:

    I realize this won t be a popular review as I don t seem to share popular opinion on this one I m giving this a three because it s very well written as far as prose telling vs showing descriptions not too much or too little emotion adequate I felt in the scenes I just didn t like the story itself


  10. says:

    Gorgeously written and fabulously drawn from the life of Harlean Harlow Carpenter, aka Jean Harlow, PLATINUM DOLL is historical fiction at its best Girard limits the timeline of young Jean Harlow to her early days as an emerging Hollywood star in the late 1920s and early 1930s, a perfect blend of romantici


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