Michael Jackson Lamb to the Slaughter
A Deep Journey Through His Soul
Gessica Puglielli e Alessandra Gianoglio
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“A Lamb to the Slaughter” is not only the analysis of Michael Jackson’s immense talent; it’s also a deep journey through his soul.
This book goes past any prejudice and conviction; it talks straight in the face of the reader, be it a King of Pop fan or a hater, taking him/her by the hand, flying to Neverland, in a surprising journey through the depths of this great contemporary artist.
It tells of his worldwide stardom as well as his complicated relation with the media; it replies objectively to all the scandals that have tortured the singer through all his life and finally lays bare all the facts about him that have been shrewdly hidden; it unveils the truth behind the child sexual abuse allegations; it also introduces a very human Michael Jackson, with the joys, feelings and worries any human being has; a humanitarian whose sacrifice was needed so that the world could see the truth.
“A Lamb to the Slaughter” sheds light on a Truman-Show-like drama that has been playing for over a decade, with Michael Jackson as the main character; a drama that has been workmanlike staged by the whole world around him.
The facts supplied in this book are the result of a detailed twenty-year-long collection of information aimed to open the reader’s mind by dispelling the fog that is still around the life and times of the King of Pop and offering new cues and a more accurate picture of Jackson’s life.
A Lamb to the Slaughter casts light on Jackson’s writings and compositions, where it’s clear to see that a deep spirituality has characterized the soul of such a genius; it unveils a long list of most of his charity actions, which have never been mentioned by the media.
Finally, this book ignores the hypocrisy that has invaded the world after Michael Jackson’s death.
It’s a clear and unconditional account from two persons who caught the King of Pop’s magic while he was still alive, long before his death.