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The Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller

A People Magazine Top Ten Book of the Year!

"Intelligent and captivating. Don''t miss it." - People Magazine


"One of the best celebrity memoirs of the year." -The Hollywood Reporter


Rock Star. Composer and Lyricist. Feminist Icon. Survivor.

Simon''s memoir reveals her remarkable life, beginning with her storied childhood as the third daughter of Richard L. Simon, the co-founder of publishing giant Simon & Schuster, her musical debut as half of The Simon Sisters performing folk songs with her sister Lucy in Greenwich Village, to a meteoric solo career that would result in 13 top 40 hits, including the #1 song "You''re So Vain." She was the first artist in history to win a Grammy Award, an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, for her song "Let the River Run" from the movie Working Girl.

The memoir recalls a childhood enriched by music and culture, but also one shrouded in secrets that would eventually tear her family apart. Simon brilliantly captures moments of creative inspiration, the sparks of songs, and the stories behind writing "Anticipation" and "We Have No Secrets" among many others. Romantic entanglements with some of the most famous men of the day fueled her confessional lyrics, as well as the unraveling of her storybook marriage to James Taylor.

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"Intelligent and captivating...Don''t miss it." - People Magazine

"One of the best celebrity memoirs of the year ... elegantly written and revealing." - The Hollywood Reporter

"Carly Simon could have gotten away with just the name-dropping. In her life, she''s crossed paths with an astonishing range of famous people, from Cat Stevens and Jimi Hendrix to Benny Goodman and Albert Einstein. So it''s a pleasant surprise that in her compelling new autobiography, Boys in the Trees, she lays out her naked emotions and insecurities, and that she proves to be a supple writer with a gift for descriptions."- Rolling Stone

"A lyrical look back at her childhood, her career, and oh, the men in her life...anecdote-filled...dishy without being salacious. There’s plenty here for fans to feast upon" - USA Today
“Boys in the Trees meets its lofty expectations. As one of pop music’s more literate songwriters ― she was the first solo woman to win a Best Song Oscar for Let the River Run from Working Girl ― Simon writes beautifully and affectingly. Her publisher father, for whom she clamored for attention and validation, would be proud.” – Miami Herald

About the Author

Carly Simon is a songwriter and singer of songs. Her children are Ben Taylor and Sally Taylor Bragonier. She has one grandchild: Bodhi Taylor Bragonier. She lives on Martha''s Vineyard and is the author of Boys in the Trees.

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Samantha Jane
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Engrossing story
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2017
I really enjoyed this book and I wasn''t sure I would. It covers Carly''s childhood, her early adult life up to and including her marriage to James Taylor and their divorce. Ms. Simon is very honest about her childhood and early adult life. She is painfully honest about her... See more
I really enjoyed this book and I wasn''t sure I would. It covers Carly''s childhood, her early adult life up to and including her marriage to James Taylor and their divorce. Ms. Simon is very honest about her childhood and early adult life. She is painfully honest about her relationship with James Taylor and what their lives were like at that time. I am in awe of her willingness and her ability to allow herself to be so vulnerable. Her love for James Taylor really comes through in the book and it was heartbreaking to me that his first love was his addiction, then came his music, then came Carly and then came his children. This book could have been a typical alcoholic/addiction family story, which still would''ve been interesting, but her writing and her ability to open herself up and invite the reader in to her personal experiences elevates this story to a completely different level.
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Mary Cosenza
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Don''t Waste Your Time
Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2019
As a lifelong fan of Carly Simon, I was so looking forward to this book! But, alas - it was so slow, so boring, so long on excruciating minutiae and short on interesting information. It simply failed to hold my attention. Her ability to recall minute detail is... See more
As a lifelong fan of Carly Simon, I was so looking forward to this book! But, alas - it was so slow, so boring, so long on excruciating minutiae and short on interesting information. It simply failed to hold my attention. Her ability to recall minute detail is amazing.....amazingly B-O-R-I-N-G! Carly Simon has led an extraordinary and privileged life. She had the magic, experienced the pinnacle of her exciting & successful career while crossing paths with incredible icons, yet she''s managed to deliver a truly boring, shallow, and oddly depressing book. I was determined to power through it, but simply couldn''t finish it. And that never happens to me....until now. I was profoundly disappointed.
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C Annie
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So much more than meets the eye...
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2016
I took days to read this book, not six hours as some reviewers did. There are so many layers to this story that I wanted to think it all over and digest it. This review took me months to think about to write. I wanted to read the book because I like the music of... See more
I took days to read this book, not six hours as some reviewers did. There are so many layers to this story that I wanted to think it all over and digest it. This review took me months to think about to write.

I wanted to read the book because I like the music of Carly Simon and James Taylor and I was saddened that this talented duo could not make a success of their marriage. The details are a little haunting as this woman obviously loves him on some level even today after a total estrangement from him since their divorce. I think she did well in not dragging him through the mud in this and one suspects that there is much, much more to the story of their lives together. What she does include is just so sad. However, the bright spot is that they have two apparently talented and lovely children to show for the time they did have together.

The lesson one cannot ignore is how much damage a dysfunctional family can have on the psyche of a child. Carly was in emotional need much of her younger years and that followed her right into adulthood. Her song "Everybody Wants to Dance with My Daddy" is now understandable after reading how much she wanted to count in her father''s life and how she felt she never quite did. Her mother was a tragic immoral mess. She was not protected from the abuse of a neighborhood teenage creep who took woeful advantage of a child not even 10 years old. Did all of that set the stage for a woman who says that she never wanted to think of herself as promiscuous, but who clearly was?

Yes, there is a lot of sex in this book because there was a lot in her life. One gets the impression that the marriage to James Taylor was supposed to be her forever-romance. There is the sadness. Were all those affairs with happening-men about sex or about trying to prove to herself that she could please a male/daddy figure after all? Again, maybe this can all be laid at the feet of poor parenting of her as a child.

There is great value in this woman as a mother. She obviously lives and breathes for her children, doing so when they were young and now that they are grown. Watching interviews with the three of them, one gets the impression that it is clearly mutual, their love for one another. Her talent and ability to write, not just song, but this book reveals the depth of her creativity. I enjoyed her writing style but had to ponder the nuances of it. She has a voice that doesn''t quit, musically-speaking. You never hear her even come close to being "off".

I found this all, as I have said before, just so sad. This is by no means a six-hour read about who bedded her and who was "so vain". . It''s way, way deeper than that.
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George DeMark
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Kept me up all night!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2015
This downloaded onto my Kindle at around midnight last night and I was awake until 5 or 6 reading it (I''m a little blurry right now but have the day off). First off, this is one of the best memoirs I''ve ever read in my life. I have been reading the headlines about it and... See more
This downloaded onto my Kindle at around midnight last night and I was awake until 5 or 6 reading it (I''m a little blurry right now but have the day off). First off, this is one of the best memoirs I''ve ever read in my life. I have been reading the headlines about it and they all seem to focus on sex, sex, sex. And sure, Carly Simon has had her affairs with various guys over the years, but I can''t help but wonder if the memoir of a male music star would have those same headlines. I''m guessing the answer is not. What about her music? What about how her voice is the one you hear wherever you go in this world (last week I heard You Belong to Me in the supermarket, and I Haven''t Got Time for the Pain in my doctor''s office!).

But back to the book - it is not what the headlines make you think it is. It is a serious, beautifully written account of the life of a popular but under appreciated artist, that was charmed in parts, deeply romantic in others and downright upsetting elsewhere. It is riveting too - I can''t think of many other books that would have had me reading straight through for five hours until it started getting light out. Mostly it is an account of a difficult marriage, that is to say, between her and James Taylor. They were the king and the queen of the 1970s. A lot of people have wondered what it was really like between them and in this book we finally have the answer. But Carly Simon is always respectful and loving towards him, even though she is also very very frank about what went on. The book ends in the early 80s which makes me wonder if there will be a second book! All in all, this book puts you under a spell that will make you want to play all her music all over again and remember what it was like back then. Highly recommended!
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Just no.
Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2019
Oh gawd! I didn’t read past 13 year old Carly. I was afraid she’d have to describe every sexual encounter in detail as she did the first two! 🙄
A memoir she obviously enjoyed writing more than I enjoyed reading.
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Christopher Averett
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You have to like Carly to read this book.
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2020
I purchased the audio version of Carly Simon''s book, mainly because I wanted to hear her story, from her. I have always loved her voice when she sings and have many of her albums. I was expecting to her more about her career choices in music and there is a lot about that,... See more
I purchased the audio version of Carly Simon''s book, mainly because I wanted to hear her story, from her. I have always loved her voice when she sings and have many of her albums. I was expecting to her more about her career choices in music and there is a lot about that, in the book, but not so much about collaborative music ventures on the positive side, as the negative side. For those who don''t know anything about the music business, this book is an eye-opening read of the realities in that business. Lot''s of name dropping ahead, this woman has (been there and done that). Like I said, you have to like Carly to read her book. Warning: life is messy, even for people who can sing.
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monte hickman
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She''s So Vain.
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2018
Very disappointed. I was hoping for a concise and intelligent story about the history of the music of my generation from someone who lived it. Instead it was a poor little rich girl, whining that her daddy didn''t love her as much as her sisters. A pretentious little brat... See more
Very disappointed. I was hoping for a concise and intelligent story about the history of the music of my generation from someone who lived it. Instead it was a poor little rich girl, whining that her daddy didn''t love her as much as her sisters. A pretentious little brat whose family was so wealthy it was tacky to talk about where her rent money came from or the money came from to travel abroad. It''s obvious that she was successful as a songwriter and singer because of her family''s connections. She also had an uncanny knack of stealing boyfriends from other women who could help her futher her career.Yet I finished the book hoping for a nugget or two of the history of early rock and roll. unfortunately the nuggets were few and far between.
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Aanel Victoria
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I quite enjoyed this memoir. There''s a lot more to Carly than meets the eye.
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2021
I wouldn''t call myself a giant Carly fan. Although I''m a Boomer, I never bought any of her albums or singles, although of course I liked the top 40 hits that made it to the radio. I never followed her career. So I came to this memoir a bit of a blank slate. I... See more
I wouldn''t call myself a giant Carly fan. Although I''m a Boomer, I never bought any of her albums or singles, although of course I liked the top 40 hits that made it to the radio. I never followed her career.

So I came to this memoir a bit of a blank slate. I knew she had married James Taylor (whose music I was also aware of but never bought), and that was about it.

But from the beginning this memoir drew me in and led me through an amazing world I was completely unaware of. Her childhood was extraordinary, but not because her father founded a famous publishing company. It''s a lot more and deeper than that, and a lot more life-changing.

The rest of her life is also fairly amazing. I really applaud her honest self-revelations.

Bottom line is: This is an excellent memoir even if you are not a Carly fan, know next to nothing about her or her career, or don''t even like pop/rock musicians'' memoirs. It stands on its own as a quite literary and well-written piece of self-revelation.
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natalie palmer
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Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 9, 2017
Wonderfully written memoir of her life from childhood to her divorce from James Taylor. I read it in one sitting and have to say at the end of it felt quite sorry for her despite her talent, wealth and star studded life. Many reviewers, especially men, I note, have made...See more
Wonderfully written memoir of her life from childhood to her divorce from James Taylor. I read it in one sitting and have to say at the end of it felt quite sorry for her despite her talent, wealth and star studded life. Many reviewers, especially men, I note, have made much of the number of partners she has had but do not condemn Taylor for his having girlfriends and needing to visit a "clap clinic" despite his being a married man with children. I think it''s also important to factor in her childhood abuse that will have left her with confused boundaries and the fact both she and J.T lived were young and lived their youth in the sexually revolution begun by the introduction of the Pill in the 60s. In addition to this both spent long times away from one another whilst touring and we''re subject to more sexually and drug temptation than most of us will ever know. J.T has talked about his drug addiction, his drinking and episodes of mental illness which cannot have been easy to live with and Carly here documents her own struggles with depression and anxiety. It''s a brave and honest book and yes, she does seem to regard J.T as the love of her life, but he''s the father of her children and the man she''d hoped to spend her life with, and what''s so wrong with that? Great book and I''d recommend anyone interested in Carly or J.T to read it. I just hope there''s another volume to follow.
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Robert Potter
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Beautifully written memoir of a 60s child.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 17, 2019
Carly Simon was one of the icons of the 70s – No Secrets and, especially, You’re So Vain establishing her as a superstar. She grew up in an atmosphere of wealth and privilege – her dad half-owned the Simon & Shuster publishing house (and was a talented non-professional...See more
Carly Simon was one of the icons of the 70s – No Secrets and, especially, You’re So Vain establishing her as a superstar. She grew up in an atmosphere of wealth and privilege – her dad half-owned the Simon & Shuster publishing house (and was a talented non-professional pianist) – but wealth and privilege don’t buy happiness: her dad was cold and remote, her mother had a (not-terribly-secret) live-in lover, and Carly felt the least-loved of the 3 Simon girls (ugly face, uncontrollable hair….). Still, holidays in the Hamptons… where she met James Taylor as a teenager… All the Simon girls were musical, and, folk music being the in-thing, Carly and her elder sister Lucy formed a duo (the Simons Sisters, surprisingly…) which had some moderate success before Lucy left to get married. Carly carried on, got a record deal, and eventually No Secrets, and BAM! Then James Taylor comes into her life again, they get married, have kids, he cheats (serially), she accepts it for quite a while, for the kids as much as anything, then can’t take it any more, and they split. And that’s where this book ends. What’s interesting about this book is that it’s very well-written and easy to read, and Carly is unflinchingly honest about what she did and who she slept with, even when it’s not a good look for her – being passed around Jack Nicholson’s mates may have felt like fun at the time, but hindsight suggests it was just that old white male privilege taking her for granted; and, yes, she did cop off with Mick Jagger around the time of You’re So Vain (although it wasn’t about him). Entertaining though it is to read about the bedhopping (not much drugs, though – that was James’s thing), for me personally, it’s sad to appreciate that, because of her relatively remote relationship with her dad and the low self-esteem from her position in the family, she spent much of her life seeking to please and appease men rather then looking out for herself. She is in a better place now, to be able to write with such frankness. A very good read, lots of insight into the 60s and 70s scene, although it does grate a bit towards the end where she over-rationalises putting up with JT’s fuckwittery.
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Susan Ritchie
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Beautifully written
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 2, 2019
I''ve just finished this and was hugely impressed with Carly''s writing. It spans her life until the time she and James Taylor break up. It paints vivid pictures of her life and environment; on one hand her childhood was the stuff of privilege and delight, on the other, a...See more
I''ve just finished this and was hugely impressed with Carly''s writing. It spans her life until the time she and James Taylor break up. It paints vivid pictures of her life and environment; on one hand her childhood was the stuff of privilege and delight, on the other, a seed bed of anxiety, sadness and challenge. Her mother''s relationship with a younger man and its effect on the family was shocking and tragic in its consequences. It made me smile to read the names of famous musicians and celebrities scattered among her prose - what a time to be a musician. I felt her deep sadness at the breakup with James Taylor; I did wonder how much she''s recovered from it, as I felt her writing had a haunting emotional quality to it. This is a very honest memoir that''s beautifully written and is well worth a read.
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Chrissy Frost
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Not just a poor little rich girl
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 4, 2018
Carly Simon, daughter of publishing giant Richard Simon, had a surprisingly complicated childhood with a distant father who clearly favoured her siblings and an adulterous mother with a scandalously young lover. This engaging memoir charts her life from childhood to her...See more
Carly Simon, daughter of publishing giant Richard Simon, had a surprisingly complicated childhood with a distant father who clearly favoured her siblings and an adulterous mother with a scandalously young lover. This engaging memoir charts her life from childhood to her 30s, when her stellar singing/songwriting career was on a rocketing trajectory but her troubled marriage to James Taylor had reached its sad conclusion. Packed with gossip and juicy insights into a catalogue of music luminaries, the book reveals a woman who struggled with emotional baggage from her privileged but rather unhappy childhood and, in spite of a reluctance to perform, crafted a life in the spotlight as one of the biggest singing stars of the 1970s. Carly Simon is not just a spoiled little rich girl who got lucky - she''s wrestled with big demons and writes with forthright honesty about the sadness of her childhood, her difficult relationships with men, her drug-addicted husband and her fascinating path to stardom.
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David Bailey
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Who''d have though the so gifted Carly Simon had such secret.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 2, 2016
Wow, what a brave book! Carly Simon tellsus just what it is like to have to cope with unbearable stress and trauma; you wonder how she survived it and carried on so successfully. She emerges from the pages as someone who is amazingly open and generous, but above all a...See more
Wow, what a brave book! Carly Simon tellsus just what it is like to have to cope with unbearable stress and trauma; you wonder how she survived it and carried on so successfully. She emerges from the pages as someone who is amazingly open and generous, but above all a vulnerable human being. She has learned so much about herself in her journey to be “normal” - not least that there is no normal and that she is pretty much alright; she shares it with us, warts and all. Yet, her experiences do, in many ways, mirror those of so many struggling to make sense of their life and trying to find the key to happiness and fulfilment. She is an evocative writer and can keep the narrative going in such a commanding way that the book is very hard to put down. For me it will need a re-read as it is so dense in the experiences it introduces us to. Having read it you really do care about Carly and hope that she can find the peace, happiness and self reassurance that she seeks. Definitely not your average “show business biog” Read it and I feel sure you will be unfashionably uplifted and reassured about human resilience in adversity. Thanks for sharing Carly.
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