My Teenage Dream Ended by Farrah Abraham

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... its not literary magic and actually paints Farrah Abraham's as a whiny and emotional needy girl that lacks self-esteem.
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Farrah Abraham’s life has been front-and-center in the entertainment industry for years. Beginning with her debut on the hit series 16 and Pregnant, the young starlet has had her ups and downs splashed in the media. But there is a whole new side to every coin and Farrah’s commitment to getting the most out of life for her and her daughter Sophia has made her more than a television icon.


The brunette beauty’s behind-the-scenes memoir is an expressive and emotional rollercoaster that will leave you commending her strength and dedication to her daughter. Read the debut novel that launched Farrah Abraham into the literary world and won her a spot on the New York Times bestseller list. See the true story behind what they don’t tell you on TV.


An EC for Real nonfiction memoir story from Ellora’s Cave


Publisher’s Note: This story was previously published elsewhere and content has been expanded for EC.

 

About Farrah Abraham

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Farrah Abraham was one of the original girls featured in MTV's 16 & Pregnant, but is most recognized as one of the stars of MTV's hit show, Teen Mom. She has been featured in Seventeen Magazine and Us Weekly, among many others, and is frequently documented and discussed in online entertainment blogs. She lives in Council Bluffs, Iowa. This is her first book.
 
Published April 24, 2014 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction
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Peak Rank on Sep 02 2012
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Weeks as Bestseller
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Reviewed by Rebecca Fortelka on Oct 26 2012

... its not literary magic and actually paints Farrah Abraham's as a whiny and emotional needy girl that lacks self-esteem.

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