This book is about the overall, big-picture of Michael Jackson. The narration is good. Literary and analytical, this book compares and contrasts Michael Jackson to various people throughout entertainment history.
The substance of the book is interesting, but the narration is a bit dull. The first part is about the history of the study of prehistory, and that was a little tedious at times. The "meat" doesn't come until later.
If you like history, you'll love "The Book of Night Women." The narrator is also amazing. Not for kids, but very powerful. Highly recommended!
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