‘[Jermaine] does delve much deeper into the reality of their life back in Gary and in Motown, much more intimately and sensitively and with more heart than I think I've ever read anyone else speak about it before.’
The_girl_who_was, via Amazon: http://amzn.to/pQW6AG

‘wonderfully easy to read and hard to put down, i found myself both laughing and crying, both charmed and saddened, and it has really made me think about not just their lives but my own too, the events that happened to me and shaped me into the person i am today, and why.’
adelejackson, via Amazon: http://amzn.to/pQW6AG

‘Highly recommend it.’
@777MJJ, via Twitter: http://bit.ly/ne1ErK

‘Memories are described with great intimacy and detail… It feels real. I've read just about everything written on MJ, and You Are Not Alone belongs among the best.’
Joe Vogel, author of Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson http://bit.ly/rsGIQG

''This book provides a way to understand who Michael Jackson really was, not what the media tried to convince us… I put the book down on my bed and cried. I cried for his mother and I cried for my mother and all the mothers in the world whose only wish is for their children to be happy.'
Hannah Kozak, blogger and fan: http://bit.ly/qPswmg

‘Quote educational, even for a dedicated fan… We finally have a biography of Michael Jackson that isn’t distorted by tabloid innuendo and misinformation. Jermaine portrays Michael as a human being… An extraordinary, wonderful one.’
Stephanie H for MJTruthNow: http://bit.ly/p3A0bi

‘Anyone can write about their working relationship or their association with Michael, but looking Through a Brother's Eyes broadens the perspective of a compelling and complex individual, publicly celebrating his life and art as a court of law puts together the pieces of his controversial death. Highly Recommended.’
Melody Charles, Soultracks: http://bit.ly/qiRvhM

"One of the reasons I wrote the book was so that my words would stand for themselves, in context," says Jermaine… “one change of context showed how one inaccuracy can snowball and how myths are made. I sat back and thought 'This is what Michael faced all the time'."
Interview with Jermaine Jackson by Charles Thomson, Huffington Post:

‘Poignant… Convincing… an honest account.’
Daily Telegraph: http://tgr.ph/ozYORp

‘[Jermaine argues his case about Michael] with patient conviction.’
Mail on Sunday http://bit.ly/nIaQHw

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