By Corey Feldman
"Spares no details." ―Starred Publishers Weekly Review
"An really good read." ―Richard Donner, Director
"People consistently inquire from me approximately existence after youth stardom. What could I say to oldsters of kids within the undefined? My in basic terms suggestion, in truth, is to get those childrens out of Hollywood and allow them to lead common lives." ―Corey Feldman
A deeply own and revealing Hollywood-survival story.
Lovable baby big name through age ten, foreign teenager idol through fifteen, and to at the present time a perennial pop-culture staple, Corey Feldman has not just spent the whole thing of his lifestyles within the highlight, he is develop into simply as well-known for his off-screen exploits as for his roles in such vintage movies as Gremlins, The Goonies, and Stand via Me. he is been associated with a slew of Hollywood starlets (including Drew Barrymore, Vanessa Marcil, and grownup entertainer Ginger Lynn), shared a hugely publicized friendship with Michael Jackson, and along with his common costar Corey Haim loved immeasurable good fortune as one half the wildly well known duo "The Coreys," spawning seven movies, a 1-900 quantity, and "Coreymania" within the strategy. What baby of the eighties did not have a Corey Feldman poster placing in her bed room, or a pile of Tiger Beats stashed in his closet?
Now, during this courageous and relocating memoir, Corey is revealing the reality approximately what his lifestyles used to be like behind the curtain: His is a earlier that integrated actual, drug, and sexual abuse, a dysfunctional relations from which he used to be emancipated at age fifteen, 3 high-profile arrests for drug ownership, a nine-month stint in rehab, and a protracted, gradual move slowly again to the pinnacle of the field office.
While Corey has controlled to beat the traps that ensnared such a lot of different entertainers of his generation―he's nonetheless appearing, is a traveling musician, and is a proud father to his son, Zen―many of these closest to him have not been so fortunate. within the span of 1 12 months, he mourned the passing of 7 family and friends participants, together with Corey Haim and Michael Jackson. within the wake of these tragedies, he is spoken publicly concerning the darkish part of popularity, lobbied for laws affording larger protections for kids within the leisure undefined, and lifted the lid off of what he calls Hollywood's greatest secret.
Coreyography is his incredible account of survival and redemption.
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Like every good Jewish grandmother, Boobie used to be whatever of a hypochondriac. the entire Goldsteins are, quite. each person in that family members used to be frequently struggling with a few form of mysterious affliction or attempting to diagnose each other. the dreaded half is they have been frequently correct. Boobie, although, used to be specially keen about the appendix. For a few cause, while she used to be a more youthful lady, every body round her all started shedding like flies, all sufferers of a unexpected, unexplained rupture. So at any time when I had a stomachache she feared it was once my appendix. If I fell and bumped via head, she nonetheless needed to money my appendix. So there i used to be, mendacity at the ground of her toilet, most likely demise, whereas she frantically jabbed her arms in my stomach. “Does this damage? ” she yelled, as though my listening to were stricken. “How approximately this? What approximately now? ” I didn’t are looking to inform her that I had swallowed a bottle of capsules. yet, via then, I had additionally determined that I certainly didn't wish to die. the article approximately killing your self is, in that second of incomprehensible, utter melancholy, it kind of feels like a good suggestion. as soon as you’ve performed it, notwithstanding, as soon as you’ve really made the choice to move via with it, you instantly begin to want that you simply hadn’t. it's a common intuition to avoid wasting your personal existence. mendacity at the flooring of that rest room, i began to panic. I didn’t are looking to die. So, while she driven on my abdominal back and requested me if it damage, this time I acknowledged sure. “It does? ” I nodded. “Well, if it’s here, then it’s your appendix. is that this worse? ” She driven into my belly back. “Yes, Boobie. It’s worse,” I groaned. “It’s certainly my appendix. ” i'd gladly have instructed her that i used to be struggling with an acute case of smallpox if that’s what she had to listen. I simply desired to get to a rattling emergency room. yet I didn’t inform somebody on the health center what I had performed, both. i used to be too ashamed. I figured the entire medical professionals and nurses fluttering round me have been outstanding, without doubt they'd be capable to determine what was once improper. I have in mind a physician coming in and asking the place it harm. I simply repeated every thing I had already informed my grandmother. “Do you're feeling like it’s your appendix? ” he requested. “Oh, yeah, it’s my appendix alright. ” “Well then,” he acknowledged, “I wager we higher get that taken out. ” So, that’s precisely what they did. I had my appendix got rid of, unnecessarily, through the great medical professionals at Tarzana clinical middle. yet my five-day remain within the sanatorium proved to be a calming type of vacation—three nutrition an afternoon, limitless ice cream, and the entire video clips i'll watch on my own tv. * * * I knew that The Goonies could swap my existence. I had anticipated it. i think, very heartily, within the strength of optimistic pondering. name it the key if you would like, or the legislation of charm, yet i assumed in placing great things out into the universe and getting great things again, regardless of what the majority of my lifestyles had gave the impression of up till that time. possibly that’s how I survived all of it. Plus, I had learn the script. everytime you learn something—a novel, a play—you certainly begin to envision the characters on your head, you notice them on your minds’ eye.