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You Are Not Alone, Through A Brother's Eyes: Michael, Through a Brother's Eyes | Hardback
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You Are Not Alone, Through A Brother's Eyes: Michael, Through a Brother's Eyes | Hardback
Pease,anyone tempted to buy this,please do. This isn't Jermaine in any way cashing in on his brother's death,it's one brother writng about another with such love and meaning it's hard to put down.This isn't just another book about the life and career of the brilliant entertainer that was MICHAEL JACKSON,it's a truely stunning honest book on what michael the person was like,from someone who knows,someone who was by his side for years throughout heartbreak,depseration,trauma and laughter. Jermains touching words of his memories paint a brilliant picture. Where as most books give us an outline of who MICHAEL was,this colours in that outline with all the necessary colours. As i'm sure many reviewers of this book will tell you,this book will make you smile,laugh,curse and cry. It takes you through so many emotions,it has a -this is how it is- feel,rather than a -this is how i believe it is-one,and what Jermaine doesn't know for certain he's not shy in admitting,but gives his honest theory. If you are thinking Jeramine might be using this as a cunning platform to sell his own music,you're wrong. Yes he mentions his career and songs but only to explain what was going on for everyone at that time. This gives you a real insight about THE JACKSON 5,THE JACKSONS,solo careers,MICHEL's surge in fame and the trill of performing aswell as what their father was and is really like and JERMAINE isn't shy in saying how he thought MICHAEL saw his dad differently than him. This also talks about those sordid cases that damaged MICAHEL's career and even his mind,stating things that i'm sure even a lot of fans didn't know and explaining how the media liked to leave certain things out of the stories doing the rounds at the time. JERMAINE isn't even shy in talking about MICHAEL's plastic surgery,but as he says -so what? Indeed.I would say this is a must have for MICHAEL JACKSON fans,i would also say to anyone who would like a bit more information on what MICHAEL was like behind the mask,his life and devastating death,this will open you eyes and hopefully your mind. Cynics can speculate all they like,but JERMAINE should know the truth,he was there after all.Yes,MICHAEL JACKSON was a brilliant showman,yes,MICHAEL JACKSON did do things a little differently,yes,MICHAEL JACKSON was a name that got lovers and haters talking,but as JERMAINE explains,MICHAEL JACKSON was his brother. And this is a beautiful and honest account of a truely remarkable and yet quite normal person. We miss you MICHAEL. Thank you JERMAINE.
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Honest: My Story So Far (the Official Autobiography) | Hardback
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Honest: My Story So Far (the Official Autobiography) | Hardback
Tulisa's autobiography is a decent read and just like the title it is honest. In fact it may be a little too honest as some of the revelations in the book do not cast Tulisa in the best light.Certainly some of the things Tulisa did as a younger girl she must surely now regret. But to her credit Tulisa never pretends or hides from those things and that makes her a very likeable character.Her story is also very inspiring. Tulisa enjoyed a normal working class childhood before becoming a troubled teenager. She could have easily slipped off into further trouble but chose instead to follow her dream of music.
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