The King of Pop reveals the story of his life, the story of a smooth criminal in Moonwalk, the autobiography of Michael Jackson. Summary of the Book His name is splattered across the hallowed halls of pop for eternity. His feet thunder in the hearts of fans, new and old, in reminiscence of a man who walked above everyone. His songs echo throughout history, for not lightly did one listen to them. Not lightly did one try to emulate him. He was a smooth criminal, a man who walked on the moon with his light feet. He redefined the pop scene, dancing his way to glory and fandom with a blaze, a momentum that has yet to be repeated. In 1958, a young boy was born into an African-American working class family. He was the eighth child to be born into that household, living in a meagre two-bedroom house. If there were such things as signs, perhaps at the moment of his birth, the heavens would have sung out in praise, signaling the arrival of a legend. However, no one guessed that this child would one day walk on the moon, no one guessed that one day, this boy would become Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson’s rise to fame is a story that deserves to be sung from the highest reaches of the world of pop. His magical voice, nearly unmatched dance steps and his lyrics reached audiences worldwide rapidly. His songs were blazing from radio stations everywhere, children and adults alike tried to copy his dance moves. The moonwalker took the world by storm. In this book, his only autobiography, the smooth criminal reveals all. About Michael Jackson Michael Jackson was an American singer, musician, dancer, songwriter and actor. He is best remembered for albums such as Thriller, Off the Wall and Bad. He is also known for songs such as I’ll Be There, Billie Jean, Beat It, Man in the Mirror and Dancing Machine.
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