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In Pieces

10 hours, 41 minutesIn this intimate, haunting literary memoir read by the author, an American icon tells her story for the first time, and in her own gorgeous words - about a challenging and lonely childhood, the craft that helped her find her voice, and a powerful emotional legacy that shaped her journey as a daughter and a mother.One of the most celebrated, beloved, and enduring actors of our time, Sally Field has an infectious charm that has captivated the nation for more than five decades, beginning with her first TV role at the age of seventeen. From Gidget's sweet-faced "girl next door" to the dazzling complexity of Sybil to the Academy Award-worthy ferocity and depth of Norma Rae and Mary Todd Lincoln, Field has stunned audiences time and time again with her artistic range and emotional acuity. Yet there is one character who always remained hidden: the shy and anxious little girl within.With raw honesty and the fresh, pitch-perfect prose of a natural-born writer, and with all t...

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ISBN : 9781549143076
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 399 pages
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In Pieces Reviews

  • Cheri

    ”I wait for my mother to haunt me as she promised she would; long to wake in the night with the familiar sight of her sitting at the end of my bed, to talk to her one more time, to feel that all the pieces have been put into place, the puzzle is solved, and I can rest.”

    Margaret Morlan, Sally Field’s mother, was discovered by a talent scout sitting in the audience at a Pasadena Playhouse, and she almost instantly had an acting career. She was 23 when her career began, and was modestly successfu

  • Lisa

    An astounding revelation of a life in pieces by an Academy Award winning American icon.


    Academy Award winning actress Sally Field, tells her story about a challenging and lonely childhood, the career that helped her find her voice, and her journey as an actress, daughter and a mother. She has captivated the nation for more than five decades beginning with her first TV role at the age of seventeen. From her early roles as Gidget, and The Flying Nun to the complexity of Sybil, Norma Rae and

  • Mel

    Anytime an author writes their story I want to hear them tell it to me if it's an option. Void of gestures, eye movements, and other body language components, it's the voice that often gives the color of the story that you don't see in black and white text or hear from a narrator interpreting another's story. A trained actress on the level of Field could probably convince us the sky is really falling, but Voice and all of its inflections can mutiny when speaking from the place of a wounded child

    [An aside: I worked with a patient diagnosed with Dissociative identity disorders, DID also known as multiple personality disorders MPD, and Field had me convinced she wasn't acting.]
    Perhaps her bravest role yet has been in looking back and sharing a victorious life that will further all of us coming out from our hiding places and pursuing the fight. In all walks of life we struggle for grace and respect and never has it been so ubiquitous. I hope the Truth sets her free and thank her for a beautiful book.


  • Elyse Walters

    I grew up watching Sally field along with many other people in my age group. I liked her the same way many others did.

    While visiting my mom in Arizona,

    she and her neighbor were both talking about Sally.

    I was pretty surprised to hear them call her a “cold fish”.

    Sally Field, was my

    Mother’s neighbor in their small private golf

    community at that time.

    I had met Sally once - years prior when I was a young teen, in Oakland, California. She was “Giget”, to me then: a cute perky ‘star’. It was exciti

  • Tammy

    In Pieces by Sally Field is an intimate look behind the scenes of her life and career. I'm a huge fan and loved reading about her life. From an absent father, an alcoholic mother and an abusive stepfather through her adult relationships with the men in her life to her career and realizing her worth as an actor, woman and mother. I loved the writing and heard her voice in my head as I was reading. A must read!

  • Melissa Shirey

    So open and honest it can be painful

    Breathtaking in so many ways. Beautifully written as if in a trance with you in it as well. I think the early years were filled in but I also feel there was much more to tell that pushed away once the Burt piece hit. I'm hoping a follow up can happen as she continues her journey. Hauntingly beautiful.

  • Martie Nees Record

    Genre: Autobiography

    Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc.

    Pub. Date: September 18, 2018

    If booksellers need to call this autobiography a memoir for sales purposes then it should be labeled a literary memoir. The first thing the reader needs to know is that this is not a kiss-and-tell book. If that is what you are looking for, search somewhere else. I’m sure there are a few promiscuous celebs out there with juicy memoirs currently on the bestseller list. This life story “isn’t about Hollywood or an

  • Carole P. Roman

    Raw and gritty, this is an insider's look to a dysfunctional Hollywood family. Not what I was expecting, Sally Field draws back a curtain and vividly exposes her hard-scrabble childhood with an abusive step-father and an emotionally absent (perhaps drunk) mother. Through the carnage, she stumbles into her acting career in a haze of drugs and emotional eating, marries her childhood sweetheart and survives by enabling gross bad behavior from everyone she knows except perhaps her brother. (who seem ...more