Jackson, Jermaine. You Are Not Alone Michael Jackson: Through A Brother’s Eyes. New York:
Simon & Schuster, 2011. Print. Jermaine Jackson’s book presents an in depth and personal retelling of his younger brother Michael Jackson from his childhood to his untimely death in 2009. Clarifications of myths in regards to the discovery of the Jackson Five are discussed. The book offers insight into how giving and caring of a man Michael Jackson was, but could not find that inner peace and happiness for himself. Family unity, despite the negative reports by the media is discussed in depth by Jermaine Jackson. The book offers a very detailed memoir of his brother Michael Jackson, not the famous “King of Pop”. Every topic from the court cases, accusations, press releases, questionable behavior, changing looks, abuse of Joe Jackson, and Michael’s death, are written in from a sincere and first-hand account by Jermaine Jackson. Jermaine boldly presents the last few weeks of his brother’s life with events that possibly lead to a very calculated master plan for his death. The book reveals how well-known his brother Michael was and continues to be, he recounts a story of visiting a remote area of the world and people knew of his brother Michael Jackson.
Hall 2 Jackson, Michael. Moonwalk. New York: Doubleday, 1988. Print. Moonwalk is an autobiography written by Michael Jackson. He explains in his book how the title was taken from his infamous dance move called the “moonwalk”. The autobiography offers a personal explanation of many aspects of his life both on and off the stage. It is the first time that Michael Jackson speaks about himself and his personal life, struggles, and future aspirations, to his very loyal fans. Jackson writes about his plastic surgeries, his love for Elizabeth Taylor and Fred...
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