Down the Rabbit Hole
Down the Rabbit Hole Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of A Former Playboy Bunny By Madison, Holly Book - 2015

Holly Madison was a 21 year old from Oregon and she became Hugh Hefner’s number one girlfriend. In my opinion this book was a biased account of her life story. She was looking for love, but all in the wrong places. She claims that she needed a roof under her head, despite the fact she had a family. I felt like she was running away from her family, but the reader never really discovers anything about them. Holly would rather prefer to live under a roof of an unstable lusty narcissistic old man who has degraded women in every level. Holly is unconfident, but really wants to become famous. It hurts me to read that this educated woman had to prostitute herself under the roof of a lusty old man in order to pay off her student loan. This book is an educational eye opener for me. Even though she exploited herself, I learned a lesson that she would rather be enslaved by a man who loves his ego and money more than all his girls in his mansion. It is very disappointing. I researched Hugh Hefner and he was inspired by Alfred Kinsey. Hugh Hefner was “Kinsey’s pamphleteer,” he created the magazine Playboy that would reflect Kinsey’s human sexuality. We seem to get easily offended when someone fails to say something politically correct. But when a filthy magazine comes along who cares? Everything goes. Porn, perversion, and decadence is called freedom of expression and art! In this book from 2015, Holly has a happy ending with her husband and children. But she finalised her divorce with her husband this year! Unfortunately, she was living in such an illusion. @janmarrow1225 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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