Jackson’s Moonwalk Returns

I believe Moonwalk is one of the few Jackson biographies I decided not to read in high school.  And I have no plans on purchasing or reading it any time soon.

According to Entertainment Tonight:

Picture 1Harmony Books has acquired the rights to Moon Walk, Jackson’s only autobiography that was originally published in 1988. The book became an instant No. 1 New York Times bestseller, selling nearly 500,000 copies, according to a release from Harmony Books. The new edition will include a new introduction by a “well known figure.” Moonwalk chronicles Jackson’s life growing up, his time as one member of the Jackson 5, and his mega-success as a solo pop artist. It also unveils his writing process behind his classic pop hits, “Beat It,” “Billie Jean” and “We Are the World.” The book will also delve into Jackson’s personal relationships, including with his sister Janet Jackson, and celebs friends, like Diana Ross. You can grab the new edition of Moonwalk, selling for $25, on October 13.

Happy reading, y’all.

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