Love, Pamela: A Memoir

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Dey Street Books
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6.2 X 9.0 X 1.3 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

PAMELA ANDERSON is an international icon whose work spans both entertainment and activism. Through the Pamela Anderson Foundation, she champions causes close to her heart, including ocean and rain forest conservation and the protection of vulnerable humans and animals. Above all else, being a mother to sons Brandon Thomas Lee and Dylan Jagger Lee has been Pamela's priority and greatest source of pride.


"The most disappointing thing about Love, Pamela is that it doesn't come in a form that can be injected directly into your veins... Dazzling." -- New York Times

"According to the acknowledgments, this memoir started as 'a fifty-page poem and then grew into hundreds of pages of...more poetry.' Readers will be glad that Anderson eventually turned to writing prose, since the well-told anecdotes and memorable character sketches are what make it a page-turner. her account of this kooky, messed-up, enviable, and often thrilling life, her humility never fails her. A juicy story with some truly crazy moments, yet Anderson's good heart shines through." -- Kirkus Reviews

"[A] pensive memoir. This poetic and free-spirited narrative reflects both Anderson's naivete and her wild spirit." -- Publishers Weekly

"Reveals the woman behind the iconic image in this intimate and well-written journey of self-discovery, uncovering the layers that make up her complicated past and sharing her lifelong thirst for knowledge. Anderson fully takes control of her own story, addressing the salacious aspects but also sharing inspiring tales of survival, motherhood, and activism." -- Library Journal

"The iconic Anderson uses a mixture of poetry and prose to present an impressionistic view of a fascinating life...the book paints a picture of a wild spirit, a proud mother, and a seeker that will draw in fans and those who have misunderstood this complicated woman." -- Booklist