Shattered Love: A Memoir

Shattered Love: A Memoir

by Richard Chamberlain
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Shattered Love: A Memoir 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Melissahil More than 1 year ago
Richard Chamberlain is not only a gifted actor, he is a natural on writing. If you are looking for a cheap thrill of a Hollywood actor biography, this isn't the book you are looking for. Naked honesty is what you will find here. I say this one is a keeper in my library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Have always enjoyed Richard Chamberlain as an actor. This shows he is educated in a variety of subjects. A talented writer.....and NOT BORING. His views are interesting......... Intelligent and find he's even more likable, than before!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was in love with Dr. Kildare at age 12...pictures of him all over my bedroom including the ceiling...and I was awed by The Thorn Birds...one of the best reads of my life and he captured Father Ralph to perfection...I gladly payed full price to see where my hero had gone in his life...I was not disappointed...he's a wonderfully wise, studied and curious man with an eye toward the sublime in all things...he's very kind and balanced...he's in touch with his own weaknesses and has cultivated genuine gratitude in their stead ...the issue of his sexual orientation is so softly woven into his life that it's of no consequence to those of us who loved the sexy leading man...as a human being he sparkles among the hollywood tin we are expected to revere these days...he remains my hero...my love affair with this movie star just got better...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having loved Mr. Chamberlain since teenage years, I was fascinated to read his book. It was compelling, and enlightening, and truly a reflection of his kind, warm,and giving personality. As a born-again Christian, however, my views differ from his in certain points regarding spirituality, etc. but that does not change my high regard for him as an actor and humanitarian. Throughout his life, he has led it with dignity, and privacy devoid of tabloidism, and given us years of entertainment and joy with his performances. Blessings to this wonderful 'gentle'man.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for gossip forget it not his style. He is too decent
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had owned a copy of this book since it was first released, but somehow the title was off-putting and I found other books I wanted to delve into first. When I settled down with Richard's magnificent road to self- discovery and what life and love and self --the great trilogy for me--were beginning to mean to him I almost wept. His acting was inspirational, but his quest for knowledge about himself was incredible. I plan to read the second half of this book again (the haikus were wonderful unto themselves) and works by authors who help him on his great quest for answers and self love. I hope Richard will share more of his self discovery journeys with us in another book devoted to finding love, spirit, harmony--and perhaps share some of his paintings with his words.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Chamberlain's revelation of his homosexuality was no surprise (didn't we all hear about this years ago?), and he deals with it in a very sympathetic and dignified way. The story of this very complex, sensitive (and gorgeous!) young man finding his way through the treacherous landscape of Hollywood is both touching and fascinating!
Guest More than 1 year ago
SIMPLY, YET POWERFULLY WRITTEN. COMPLEX. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
scj-lv More than 1 year ago
Lots of insight into his thinking about life, work, and being.
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Disappointed