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The Rainbow Comes and Goes
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Anderson Cooper is the anchor of Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN and a correspondent for CBS's 60 Minutes. He has won numerous journalism awards and nine Emmys, and his first book, Dispatches from the Edge, was a number one New York Times bestseller. He lives in New York City. Gloria Vanderbilt is an American artist, writer, and designer. Her artwork can be found at GloriaVanderbiltfineart.com. She is the author of eight books and has been a regular contributor to the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Elle. She lives in New York City.

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"Intriguing... an ideal Mother's/Father's Day gift, with the opening, 'Let's get to know each other better'...Affectionate, heartfelt, inspirational, and sometimes hilarious, the book's message is that it is never too late to cultivate a new relationship with your family and break down those walls of silence."--Bay Area Reporter
"A beautiful book that will resonate for all generations, especially mothers and their sons . . . riveting, touching, dishy, funny, and surprising."--Andy Cohen
"Fascinating, forthright, philosophical, and inspiring, these mother-and-son musings on family, life, death, forgiveness, fame, and perseverance are at once uniquely personal and deeply human."--Booklist (starred review)
"[A] touching story. . . . Through greater openness, Cooper and Vanderbilt achieve a new closeness, demonstrating in this intimate and lively read that it's never too late to have a rich relationship with family."--Publishers Weekly
"A layered mix of reminiscences, heart-rending revelations and apologia, all captured with unsparing candor. . . . Rainbows may in fact come and go, but this revealing take on the forces that shaped two dynamic lives promises to have real staying power."--AARP Magazine
"A remarkably frank and tender undertaking."--New York Times
"Meaningful, revealing..."--Wall Street Journal
"This is a book like no other I have ever read...if any two people have lived through way more than their share of crises, singly and collectively, it is Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt. Their brave engagement with what they confront so staunchly in this extraordinary dialogue leaves me quite simply awestruck."--Washington Times
"Memoir readers (and Hollywood fans) will appreciate this book, especially those interested in relationships between mothers and sons. A perfect Mother's Day read."--Library Journal
"Through greater openness, Cooper and Vanderbilt achieve a new closeness, demonstrating in this intimate and lively read that it's never too late to have a rich relationship with family."--Publishers Weekly
"Entertaining and thoughtful moments exchanged between a mother and son who have spent much of their lives in the spotlight."--Kirkus Reviews

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