Review of the Book – Michael Jackson the Magic and the Madness by J. Randy Taraborrelli

Michael Jackson TaraborrelliWho does not know the legend Michael Jackson? He is the man who re-shaped the world of rock & roll with his passion and enthusiasm. The world widely admires Jackson for his contribution to the world with his music. Even after his death, he is among the most famous & notable celebrities in the world. There have been numerous books written on this outstanding personality. Today we are reviewing one book that has been written on the life of this legend. This book is Michael Jackson the Magic and the Madness by J. Randy Taraborrelli.

Here is the review for this book -

This book specifically focuses deeply on the vital years of Jackson’s life. J. Randy Taraborrelli has done an incredible job while writing this book that is an end result of 30 years of wide research along with numerous exclusive interviews with the legend himself as well as with those who were very close to Jackson and his family. All this hard work has payed back incredibly since this book will take you for a close insight with the legend and his life that always has been an open book yet quite enigma at the same time.

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The book focuses on the times of Jackson as a kid, his dwelling and blooming of skills to fulfill his dreams to the immense success as a legend he gained to his ever varying personal appearance along with peculiar publicity stunts. The book also portrays behind-the-scenes anecdotes like his marriages to Debbie Rowe & Lisa Marie Presley, his addictions and his children and all other aspects of Jackson’s life.

From my side, this is a must read book due to incredible research, outstanding storytelling along with a definitive documentation.

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