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The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation The Michael Jackson Tapes: A Tragic Icon Reveals His Soul in Intimate Conversation

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

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"'The Michael Jackson Tapes' includes Jackson talking about his fear of growing old, his relationship with children, his friendships with Madonna and Brooke Shields, and his remarkable shyness around people that made his surround himself with mannequins."

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"From TAPES, one will learn many more interesting things about the singer's thinking, spirituality and relationships. Yet, it's just as good a read for any of us to take the rabbi's advice on how to heal our own relationships and live healthy inner lives . . . " 
"What makes The Michael Jackson Tapes so interesting is that it is mainly a long interview done with Michael Jackson (who so rarely gave interviews, purposely keeping mysterious and underexposed)." 
--Basil and Spice
"There is no doubt that The Michael Jackson Tapes will captivate you. You will laugh, you will cry, you will be shocked, and maybe on some levels not surprised. You will walk away from this book with a more profound understanding of Michael Jackson, leaving you wanting more and knowing that there isn't." 
--Hollywood the Write Way

"I must say the book is absorbing stuff about how Shmuley tried to teach the superstar real values that would get him out of his hook-ed-on-fame depressions and recurring bouts of low self-esteem."
--The Village Voice
"Insightful, surprising and heartbreaking, The Michael Jackson Tapes is a stunningly honest look under the surface of the late pop superstar." 
--Blog Critics 

"I thought it was deep, and telling of a Michael none of us could have ever hoped to getting close to, had it not been for this book!"
--PJ Mommy