You Are Not Alone is an intimate, loving portrait of Michael Jackson, illuminating the private man like never before. It is an invitation into Michael's real character, private insights and hidden feelings : the innermost thoughts of a fiercely private individual.
Jermaine Jackson knew Michael like only a brother can. In You Are Not Alone Jermaine brings light to the man behind the mask of super stardom, an identity that has lingered in the shadows for too long. You Are Not Alone is a celebration of the real Michael : the boy who shared a tiny bunk bed with Jermaine at 2300 Jackson Street, Gary, Indiana; the brother with whom Jermaine shared laughter, tears and memories; the boy who would grow up to become a legend.
Raw, honest and incredibly moving, You Are Not Alone is also a sophisticated, no-holds-barred examination of Michael Jackson, aimed at fostering a true and final understanding of who he was and what shaped him. This is Michael Jackson - the human, not the legend - through a brother's eyes.
If you love Michael Jackson, this is the only book you will want to read.
If you think you know the Michael Jackson story, it's time to think again.
About the Author
Jermaine Jackson was an original member of the Jackson 5. Singer, record producer and composer, Jermaine has been widely perceived as the family's spokesperson both before and after Michael's death. He is the father to seven children and lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Halima.
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Comments about You Are Not Alone:
What a great read much love shown by his brother in the way he expressed himself and Michael.
No wonder Michael turned out the way he did. Not enough love shown to him as a child just a machine to produce good entertainment and make money for their Father. No wonder their Father was upset when the boys decided to let him go as their manager.
'Memories are described with great intimacy and detail! It feels real. I've read just about everything written on MJ, and You Are Not Alone belongs among the best.' Joe Vogel, author of Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson 'A heartfelt book.' Huffington Post 'Poignant! Convincing! an honest account.' Daily Telegraph '[Jermaine argues his case about Michael] with patient conviction.' Mail on Sunday 'I picked up the book for the train home! and put it down at 1am. It was the most extraordinary read' Chris Tarrant, Radio 2 'Offers a unique perspective on the world's greatest entertainer.' The Voice 'It's a book of love.' Barbara Walters, speaking on The View 'A compelling read' Piers Morgan
Number Of Pages: 446
Published: 16th September 2011
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Dimensions (cm): 15.1 x 23.4 x 3.5
Weight (kg): 0.562