Book Review for The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

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In this novel the seven husbands of evelyn hugo we will see the fictional, elderly Hollywood celebrity Evelyn Hugo is the subject of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s book. Hugo wants to share her story one last time, but she decides to give it to struggling journalist Monique Grant. In the Prologue, a little-known author named Monique Grant is chosen by reclusive Hollywood legend Evelyn Hugo to pen a biography of her life that will reveal all the details regarding Evelyn’s several husbands. Monique is unsure of her selection’s motivation. Evelyn will publish the book after she passes, but Monique will receive all the sales revenue. Following are 3 parts of the seven husbands of evelyn Hugo.

Part 1: Poor Ernie Diaz

The Seven Husbans 0f Evelyn Hugo - Part 1 Poor Ernie Diaz

Evelyn talks on being young, attractive, and Cuban while yet having a violent parent. She married her first husband, Ernie, who was going to Hollywood to work as a lighting grip, to escape. Immediately, Harry Cameron, a young Hollywood producer, takes note of 16-year-old Evelyn. Then, to land more prominent jobs, Evelyn seduces Ari Sullivan, a 48-year-old executive. It works. They bleach her hair and instruct her in clothing. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo They want her to appear innocent but seductive. They advise her to get rid of Ernie so that she can date Hollywood celebrities.

Evelyn’s mother had immigrated from Cuba. She began to mature early and realised she could use it to manipulate boys. She didn’t want boys, though; she wanted to leave her home in Hell’s Kitchen. Evelyn threw in her virginity for the chance to travel to Hollywood with Ernie because she was determined to get there. Ernie and she get married on February 14, 1953.

They will soon relocate to Hollywood, where he was a grip. She started hanging out at the Formosa Cafe since she had heard that notable people frequented it. She is given a job offer as a waitress by the bartender. Harry Cameron, a young producer, notices her right away, and by the end of 1954, she has a deal with Sunset Studios. 16, Evelyn The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Part 2: Goddamn Don Adler

The Seven Husbans 0f Evelyn Hugo - Part 2 Goddamn Don Adler

Evelyn talks on being young The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, attractive, and Cuban while yet having a violent parent. She married her first husband, Ernie, who was going to Hollywood to work as a lighting grip, to escape. Immediately, Harry Cameron, a young Hollywood producer, takes note of 16-year-old Evelyn. Then, to land more prominent jobs, Evelyn seduces Ari Sullivan, a 48-year-old executive.

It works. They bleach her hair and instruct her in clothing. They want her to appear innocent but seductive. They advise her to get rid of Ernie so that she can date Hollywood celebrities. Evelyn and Monique take a day off. A package is delivered to Monique’s house. Some of her father’s images have been forwarded by her mother.

There is some turmoil after a news source spreads a story that Evelyn is against having kids. To defend herself against these charges, Evelyn impersonates a miscarriage, and soon the public is once again on her side. Evelyn worries about Celia St. James, who plays Beth, when they finally begin filming Little Women. She worries that Celia will expose her because she is such a talented actress. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Evelyn is first wary of Celia, but they quickly become close friends. Despite not liking Robert Logan, a friend of Don’s, Celia begins dating him since it raises her profile. Celia transports him to

Part 3: Gullible Mick Riva

The Seven Husbans 0f Evelyn Hugo - Part 3 Gullible Mick Riva

Evelyn leaves Hollywood and travels to Paris in search of employment. She rose to fame around the world. Evelyn makes the decision to con singer Mick Riva into marrying her (and obtaining an immediate annulment) to stop rumors from spreading about her and Celia. Evelyn, however, becomes pregnant as a result. Celia ends their relationship because of envy after she has an abortion. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Evelyn decides to continue her acting career by travelling to Paris. She meets aspiring New Wave director Max Girard. Soon after, he approaches her with an offer to star in a film. Evelyn comes up with the notion to use a topless scene as a major tease while they are filming. It works. When Boutte-en-Train is published, Evelyn gains worldwide fame.

The strategy succeeds of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, but Evelyn becomes pregnant. Because she didn’t know Evelyn was going to have sex with Mick, Celia freaks out. She’s also sick of keeping their romance a secret. Celia departs after a heated confrontation between them. Evelyn has an abortion, but for the subsequent five years, she and Celia are silent. Harry, who to Evelyn has become like family, helps her get through it.

Part 4: Summary

The Seven Husbans 0f Evelyn Hugo - Summary

Evelyn Hugo, a solitary Hollywood celebrity The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, decides to share her life story with Monique Grant, an anonymous writer, in this wildly famous story. In her account of her life in Hollywood’s Golden Age, her ascent to fame, and her seven marriages, Evelyn divulges astounding secrets and lies. But after everything, there is still one mystery: Why did she decide to confess to Monique in the end?

Evelyn finally admits to Monique that she always worked to keep the people she loved safe. She then acknowledges that James Grant, a black guy whom she had left in the car, was the man that Harry had loved. On February 26, 1989, Monique’s father, James, passed away. Monique is incredulous. When she was seven years old, she grew up believing that her father, James, had passed away while driving intoxicated. Instead, Evelyn abandoned him on the side of the road to die, and he was afterwards blamed for dying alone in this third part of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.

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