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by Judy Huddleston

eBook This Is the End...My Only Friend: Living and Dying With Jim Morrison epub
  • ISBN: 1561710385
  • Author: Judy Huddleston
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sure Sellers Inc (May 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 212 pages
  • ePUB size: 1791 kb
  • FB2 size 1845 kb
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My Only Friend opens doors for us into the mysterious soul of the generation's most bizar/ This It was California, 1967 . Jim Morrison's meteoric life story is no longer a closed book.

My Only Friend opens doors for us into the mysterious soul of the generation's most bizar/ This It was California, 1967, and The Doors were just breakin' on through. Seventeen-year-old model Judy Huddlestone was there. An obsessive Doors fan, she experienced the ultimate rock fantasy and nightmare - living and "dying" with the legendary Jim Morrison  . Fans will be grateful to Judy Huddlestone for the doors she has opened to the early years of Morrison's first concerts, to his surprising love life, and to the rock giant's final tragic moments

If you decide to read this book, understand that 2/3rds of the book details Huddleston's efforts to distinguish herself from other . Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase.

If you decide to read this book, understand that 2/3rds of the book details Huddleston's efforts to distinguish herself from other groupies in Morrison's mind. This book has value as the story of a troubled young girl in the late 1960's, but it is not a good source for better understanding of Morrison; he is seen through a very distorted and self-involved lens. I am not trying to deny or minimize Morrison's personal problems. Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase you MUST read.

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Электронная книга "Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison", Judy Huddleston. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

It might be kind of hard to find a copy, but it's a really good book and is worth reading.

Recently released Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison is an updated and expanded version. Readers of her book will not only see a more developed and nuanced portrayal of Morrison but also what the sexually free 1960s were really like for a teenage girl raised on 1950s romantic ideals.

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Comments: (7)
Dammy
I find the reviews that describe this book as poignant, delicate and moving puzzling, to say the least. The book begins with a description of the author being thoughtlessly and brutally raped by Morrison, and then the author spends most of the rest of the book pouting because Morrison was never sufficiently contrite. If the event she describes happened as she says it did, and the author had a brain cell left in her drug addled mind, she never would have set foot near Morrison again.

I'd like to point out that the author's problems started long before she ever met Morrison, and spiraled downward quite rapidly independent of any involvement with Morrison. Her "love" for him was an obsession with her fantasy of whom Morrison was, and this autobiographical novel is primarily about the author.

If this manuscript was the basis for Oliver Stone and Val Kilmer's understanding of Jim Morrison, it is easy to understand why the film was so flat and one-dimensional.

If you decide to read this book, understand that 2/3rds of the book details Huddleston's efforts to distinguish herself from other groupies in Morrison's mind. This book has value as the story of a troubled young girl in the late 1960's, but it is not a good source for better understanding of Morrison; he is seen through a very distorted and self-involved lens.

I am not trying to deny or minimize Morrison's personal problems. I am simply trying to clarify the nature of the book. Huddleston has written what I would characterize as an autobiographical novel, and the events took place during a culturally fascinating time.
Usic
This is an "OK" book. It was short and was not as intimate of a look into Jim's life as what I had expected. I am an avid collector and reader of all things Jim Morrison and I have read many other books about him that I would read again, but, this book is not one of them. Val Kilmer said he used this book as his "bible" while filming the Oliver Stone movie "The Doors". I guess (to true fans and friends and people who were close to Jim) that is why this movie was not an accurate picture of The Doors and Jim Morrison. I would recommend this book only to a serious collector of all things Morrison, just to have it in their collection, but, not to someone who is looking to find out more about Jim's life, as a whole.
Gindian
I like the 2013 version better "Love Him Madly."
These books are almost identical--this one have a little more detail whilst the latter is more artfully writen.
Kelerana
This, after you have read all of the other books on The Doors and on Jim...you MUST read. This is a book written by a highly intelligent groupie which Jim returned to over and over so that she would administer to him the love he was seeking.
All the other women he saw demanded a response from him which he surely could not or would not give. Judy Huddleston instinctively knew that and loved him in spite of his childish ways. In the end, she sees him in through sorrowful, lovesick eyes...as we all do.
I cannot get over how smart she is. We are right there with her every moment. She is an expert at this! Fantastic!
Qumenalu
Great book by a great author
Dont_Wory
I love reading Jim Morrison books but in my personal opinion, I haven't come across any written by his 'old girlfriends' that seem true or realistic; until this one. Judy writes an open an honest account on her times with Morrison and how she was a star-strucked young girl and had the dream of being his 'one and only'. She makes it clear through the entire book that he was very charming and smart, etc. but he was a human being who had his faults. She also made it clear on how she realizes she shouldn't have tolerated the way he treated her and how she could obviously never get him to love her (although she wished she could). In my eyes, I can definitely relate to a young teenage girl being 'starstruck' and wanting so badly to turn a once-in-a-while fling (which Jim viewed it as) to a lifelong romance. Truthful, honest, and open; this book is probably the ONLY believable book written by a former lover of Jim's.
LadyShlak
I was looking for a book about Jim Morrison but what i got, in this book, far exceeded my expectations, and, in fact was much better than i had hoped. It is an account of a girl's first love and how it changed her, and how her obsession affected her life. it is a book about her rite of passage, which included not only her relationship with jim morrison, but also her use of drugs, her thoughts and concerns, her obsessions and uncertainties. In our modern world, which is so obsessed with image and celebrities, she might not have gotten the book published if she had had a relationship with an ordinary person. She had a relationship with a famous and charismatic rock star, but he really is not the center of the book - she is. And because of that, the book is more interesting. She speaks in a way that i can relate to and identify with. She described different states of mind very clearly and believably. And this book is undoubtedly a true story. Apparently, Miss Huddleston was the consultant for Oliver Stone's movie about Jim Morrison. The part of the book, near the end, about her breakdown and hospitalization,years after jim morrison's death, was not overly dramatic, but appropriately so, and fascinating and realistic. Because of the skill of her writing, she brings you into the mindset. I highly recommend this book to anyone, whether a "child of that time" or someone younger wanting to read something about jim morrison and his impact on one young woman.
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