As well as being an icon and a multi super star Michael Jackson really has got a talent for writing and while this can also give you an insight into the king of Music's mind, his beautiful poems reflecting his thoughts about angels, wonderment, his beloved Mother Katherine Jackson to the state of our world today, which helps you find out more about the true soul of Michael, it is as different as you can get to Moonwalk. Whereas Moonwalk is a real and gritty account of Michael's life addressing abuse from his father, love, sex and plastic surgery, Dancing the Dream is a dreamy and starry collection of the King of Pop's not so much memoirs but his lesser-known art, being most known for his music than his writing and something you will find out about him is he probably spends a lot of his time thinking sincerely and writing stories and poetry. He strikes me as a creative and sensitive man. It includes a foreword from Michael's true friend, the actress Elizabeth Taylor who talks about what Michael means to her and what she thinks of when she hears the name Michael Jackson "bright stars and laser and love and wonderment." All in all if you ever wanted to know if Michael Jackson is as creative and sensitive as other artists say and what it really feels like to be Dancing the Dream, this is the book you need.