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|Sheila Weller traces Fisher’s life from her Hollywood royalty roots to her untimely and shattering death after Christmas 2016. We follow Fisher’s acting career, from her debut in Shampoo, the hit movie that defined mid-1970s Hollywood, to her seizing of the plum female role in Star Wars, which catapulted her to instant fame.|
Weller sympathetically reveals the conditions that Fisher lived with: serious bipolar disorder and an inherited drug addiction. Still, despite crises and overdoses, her life’s work was prodigious and unique.
Carrie Fisher: A Life on the Edge is an empathic and even-handed portrayal of a woman who was a feminist heroine, one who died at a time when we need her blazing, healing honesty more than ever.
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