'There are always regrets in life, among them things we've done that we wish we could take back and erase. I have significant ones that will haunt me forever and which I hope I have been brave enough to confront in this book' Jane Fonda in the preface to My Life So Far.
Now in her 60s, Fonda looks back over her life but also forward to the future. With unflinching honesty she addresses, amongst other things, her tragic and tortured relationships with her mother and father; her lovers and husbands, from Roger Vadim to Ted Turner; her passions and political views. The result is rare in its readability and sheer page-turning force. This is a powerful account of an extraordinary woman.
Such candidness ... you're left with something less frequently inspired by a Hollywood star autobiography - respect
This book redefines autobiography. It's not just an autobiography, it's a journey
She didn't just live through changing times, she embodied them
Endearingly earnest, honestly intelligent
This book has an almost uncomfortable sincerity. It refuses to be afraid of the truth ... intense, intelligent, supremely committed. Always worthy of our time and attention