Coreyography by Corey Feldman

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If you remember Coreymania with any sort of fondness, you should probably pick up Coreyography. Feldman speaks candidly about his life growing up in show business (and his work now to help protect child stars), his friendship with Michael Jackson, and the death of his best friend (and other half of "The Coreys") Corey Haim.

Feldman states that this memoir was written to help tell Haim's story as well, and to tell the story of them both being sexually abused at young ages (but by different people). Feldman doesn't go into graphic detail about the abuse, which is fine, but does talk about its lasting effects. One disappointment is that though the book talks about his friendship with Michael Jackson, it only skims the surface - one can find more information by reading Feldman's Wikipedia article. Overall, a fast read that lacked some details - hopefully he will write another and include more pictures!

Meredith @ Central

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