Author(s): Jermaine Jackson
This is an intimate, loving portrait of Michael Jackson, illuminating the private man like never before; now fully revised and updated to include the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. 'Let the boy sing if he wants to sing!' said Mama Martha. 'You want to sing, Michael?' Michael's five-year-old face lit up. In the front room, Joseph begrudgingly turned on the music. Jackie, Tito and I stood to one side to let him have his moment. What he produced stunned everyone. This was Michael, shy but confident, knowing exactly what to do. He played the mic, he worked the floor; he sang beautifully. I didn't know where that voice came from. 'Heaven,' said Mother.
'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 'A heartfelt book.' Huffington Post 'Poignant... Convincing... an honest account.' Daily Telegraph '[Jermaine argues his case about Michael] with patient conviction.' Mail on Sunday 'I picked up the book for the train home... and put it down at 1am. It was the most extraordinary read' Chris Tarrant, Radio 2 'Offers a unique perspective on the world's greatest entertainer.' The Voice 'It's a book of love.' Barbara Walters, speaking on The View 'A compelling read' Piers Morgan
Jermaine Jackson was an original member of the Jackson 5. Singer, record producer and composer, Jermaine has been widely perceived as the family's spokesperson both before and after Michael's death. He is the father to seven children and lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Halima.