Love, Pamela Love, Pamela

Love, Pamela

    • 4.3 • 290 Ratings
    • $16.99

    • $16.99

Publisher Description

In this honest, layered and unforgettable book that alternates between storytelling and her own poetry, Pamela Anderson breaks the mold of the celebrity memoir while taking back the tale that has been crafted about her.

Her blond bombshell image was ubiquitous in the 1990s. Discovered in the stands of a football game, she was immediately rocket launched into fame, becoming Playboy’s favorite cover girl and an emblem of Hollywood glamour and sexuality. But what happens when you lose grip on your own life—and the image the notoriety machine creates for you is not who you really are?

Growing up on Vancouver Island, the daughter of young, wild, and unprepared parents, Pamela Anderson’s childhood was not easy, but it allowed her to create her own world—surrounded by nature and imaginary friends. When she overcame her deep shyness and grew into herself, she fell into a life on the cover of magazines, the beaches of Malibu, the sets of movies and talk shows, the arms of rockstars, the coveted scene at the Playboy Mansion. And as her star rose, she found herself tabloid fodder, at the height of an era when paparazzi tactics were bent on capturing a celebrity’s most intimate, and sometimes weakest moments. This is when Pamela Anderson lost control of her own narrative, hurt by the media and fearful of the public’s perception of who she was…and who she wasn’t.

Fighting back with a sense of grace, fueled by a love of art and literature, and driven by a devotion to her children and the causes she cares about most, Pamela Anderson has now gone back to the island where she grew up, after a memorable run starring as Roxie in Chicago on Broadway, reclaiming her free spirit but also standing firm as a strong, creative, confident woman. 

Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

Biographies & Memoirs
Pamela Anderson
hr min
January 31

Customer Reviews

LinZ M 32 ,

Not bad but…

Was this narrated by an AI version of Pamela Anderson??? Great story but the reading feels super awkward.

TMarieFit ,


Pamela, thank you for sharing your incredible story. 🙏 namaste 🤍💫✨

from costello to screamo ,

Overall good

I enjoyed this overall and enjoyed hearing Pam tell her own story. It does feel a bit scrambled at times (stream of consciousness) but I understand
she is trying to frame an overall theme of a chapter. Definitely some powerful parts, she deserves a lot more credit than she is given. Listened to this in a day.

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