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Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson Hardcover – 13 Nov 2012
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At nearly 800 pages, this brilliant and sad chronicle of the King of Pop's life and afterlife will surely lay claim to the title of 'definitive' biography for some time. * The Sunday Telegraph * A richly absorbing tale * Daily Mail * Sensational new biography * Mail on Sunday * Exhaustively researched, the book methodically weaves a disturbing story of corruption, intimidation, and murder. * The Boston Globe on LAbyrinth *
About the Author
For over 20 years, Randall Sullivan was a contributing editor to both Rolling Stone and Men's Journal. He is the author of The Miracle Detective, The Price of Experience and LAbyrinth.
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Untouchable was very interesting read and i could not put it down because it contained new info about the late superstar that interested me .including jackson`s many money worries fight over his music catalogue.
Untouchable is so far the best Jackson book i have read and i was very pleased with the new info about the late great superstar that micheal jackson ..5 out 5
Sullivan is not trashing Jackson's reputation, he is sympathetic to him and states that he believes in his innocence. I don't believe anyone would think any less of MJ after reading this, far from it - he climbed even higher in my estimation.
That said, there are inaccuracies which are inexcusable, e.g. claiming Michael wore a prosthetic nose (a look at the autopsy report shows this is not the case), and Gordon Brown being described as the 'prime minister of the Liberal party'. Also, his conclusion that Michael remained a virgin his entire life will anger some fans.
Update this to five stars this book feels like watching a movie exciting stuff.
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