Christopher's voice is very deep and very comforting. It also provides a very deep look into his relationship with one of the most influential woman of modern time. Christopher accuses Madonna of not being genuine and staging certain performances. I believe it. I also believe that this book is a largely accurate account of their relationship it may be slightly glorified to make for a juicy read. Madonna is explained in terms which are human and expected. Her character and her expectations of Christopher are quite normal if not a little controlling. There are moments when you cringe for him. There are moments when you cheer for him. There are moments when you cry with him. There are moments when you really wish that nothing could stand between a brother and his sister.
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