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Author:
Jacklyn Bush
ISBN13:
978-0972594127
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0972594124
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Milligan Books; 1st Paperback Edition edition (January 1, 2003)
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It is the biography of Jacklyn "Diva" Bush. Ms. Bush attended public schools in Milwaukee and became a beauty pageant winner before starting a career as a dancer at the adult entertainment club, the Atlanta Gold Club in 1997.

It is the biography of Jacklyn "Diva" Bush. Having spent a few nights in the Gold Club, one with a college coach and a couple of NBA players, I had to read this book for a bit of nostalgia. This book is about the Gold Club as seen through this lady and about the life of Ms. Bush. But I'm not sure she is capable of giving anything but a very narrow viewpoint. Bush describes herself as the top dancer and most beautiful woman that everyone falls in love with.

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The prosecution claimed that former Gold Club dancer Jacklyn Bush esentially worked as a prostitute. We learned that its possible for a strip joint to have mafia ties. Anyway, according to Ziggy, he and Kaplan brought Rodman, Bush and the aforementioned waitress to a local hotel and let them loose. As Ziggy said, "Diva organized everything, and she just took command of that room.

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  • I got this book to get the inside deal on the trial, etc. However what I got was a book telling me how wonderful, beautiful, honest, and what a wonderful friend and mother this woman was. I have never read a book by someone that is so in love with themself.
    I personally got a little nauseated at her descriptions of how much everyone was in love with her. When she says how beautiful everyone thought she was I am sure it was due to the drinks they had. I kept looking at her picture. Beautiful? Not in this day of Jenna and the rest.

  • I bought this book because I knew some of the people involved in the GOLD CLUB. The book lacks professionalism throughout. Yes I realize that DIVA was not well educated but it looks like someone could have put this book together better. I guess I just expected more. I can not imagine the book holding the interest of anyone outside of the Atlanta area where we saw so much about the Gold Club on the news. To sum up this book in one word.......SLEAZE.

  • Anyone can get a book published these days as long as there's sex and famous people to rat on. Bush twisted the story around to make out like she was really such a goody 2 shoes in a business where sleaze rules.

  • This book is a fast and easy read that details the life of 'Diva' Bush and the role she played in the Gold Club. The stories of professional atheletes and celebrities alone are worth the price of this book but what I found most interesting was Diva's account of an 'entertainer's' day to day life. The book is very poorly written complete with sentence fragments, comma splices, mixed metaphors, poor grammar, etc. - but then, Ms. Bush never claimed to have a Ph. D. in English. Overall, it's a very interesting and entertaining book.

  • WHEN I READ THE BACK COVER OF THE BOOK IT SAID THE READER WOULD FIND OUT ABOUT THE OCCURENCES OF PROFESSIONAL BALLPLAYERS ACTORS AND POLITICIANS INSIDE THE GOLD CLUB. BUT WHEN I READ THE BOOK I QUICKLY LEARNED THAT SHE KEEPS ALL OF THESE PEOPLE NAMELESS EXCEPT FOR HERSELF AND FORMER GOLD CLUB EMPLOYEES. AND WHEN A CELEBRITY DOES ENTER THE CLUB SHE REFERS TO THEM AS A BIG SPENDER WITHOUT EVEN GIVING YOU A DECENT CLUE WHO THEY ARE. I KNOW THAT PEOPLE READING THIS BOOK ARENT NEARLY AS INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT ABOUT JACKLYN "DIVA" BUSH AS THEY ARE IN THE CELEBRITY ESCAPADES THAT WENT ON IN THE CLUB. BE CAREFULL BECAUSE THIS BOOK ISNT GONNA TELL YOU ANYTHING AS FAR AS THATS CONCERNED.

  • Jacklyn Bush is not only a DIVA, she is a survivor, and to me, Gold Club is about survival. Although she suffered abuse and neglect, and witnessed more sordid events in her childhood than most people see or hear about in a lifetime, the path she followed was not one of her choosing. She was destined to follow it. In spite of all her trials and tribulations, Jacklyn Bush has emerged a winner with the capacity to forgive.
    This is an inside look at the players and the trial that only someone who was there would know about, but being an entertainer at the Gold Club was just a small part of her life. Before you jump to conclusions from the publicity surrounding this woman, I recommend that you read Gold Club. Her life should not be summed up as being an entertainer. Jacklyn Bush is truly a survivor.

  • This was a wonderful portrayal of one woman's experience and perspective as an entertainer at the Gold Club, and, as the subtitle indicates, it is also about Ms. Bush's life. There is nothing sleazy or ghetto about this book.
    Ms. Bush is an example of a survivor. She cleverly integrated chapter snapshots of her past as though reflecting, at times, on her hard upbringing or comparing how far she had come from her deprived past. It doesn't take a Ph.D to follow and appreciate the creative flair she incorporated. I certainly would not have been interested in this story had she depicted it frame-by-frame from infancy to adulthood. This is a well-written story (I think all of the negative comments are from those fellow dancers she mentioned who didn't like her).
    Ms. Bush doesn't claim to be perfect, in fact, in the end, she states that it is her hope that others can learn from her mistakes.
    I especially recommend this book for young women who may be tempted by notions of making fast money.
    Thanks for sharing your story, Ms. Bush. You've shown that one is never too old to learn from mistakes or develop a new chapter in life.