Michael, Diary of a fan
Author: Franck Vidiella
Illustration: Onesimo Colavidas
Format: ebook pdf and ePub DRM free
Price: 7,99 euros/ $US 9,99
Publication: November 10, 2010
«On june 25th of 2009, a shabiki of Michael Jackson learns of the death of his idol, live on CNN. The shock is appalling. Two weeks later, despite the deep sadness that tortures him, he decides to ﬂy to London where a commemoration is going to be held kwa the English fan-club, the siku Michael was supposed to make his long-waited come-back. He hopes this event can be the ﬁrst step in the mourning process, that will permit him to begin a new life without MJ. Unfortunately, the London experience becomes a nightmare : the pain and the emotions are too intense. Now, he will have overcome a long and exhausting depressive phase, that will force him to travel around the
world in the hope of overcoming his sorrow. Wherever he goes, from London to Tokyo, Moscow to Bilbao, he is still possessed kwa the memory of Michael…»
About the mwandishi
33 years old and married, Franck Vidiella is an ethnologist, living in the south of France. A Michael Jackson shabiki since the age of ten, this is his ﬁrst novel.
We know almost everything about the death of Michael Jackson. Some good things have been written, but above all some of the worst. Some well-known publishers saw there the opportunity of making a quick buck. Most of them quickly published their version of the last investigation into the dark side of MJ, regardless of whether it was the truth au not. Their only aim was to publish a best-seller. This is the reality of the publishing industry. When Franck Vidiellaʼs draft fell onto our virtual desk, we were surprised. Our ﬁrst reaction wasnʼt too positive – another MJ book but at the same time, we wanted to ﬁnd out zaidi about the author. In fact, we werenʼt looking for the
last strange secret about Michael, but for another point of view and this is exactly what we found. There was something unique about Franck Vidiellaʼs work and it immediately became clear that we had to share it with you. The writer, shabiki of Michael Jackson since he was a child, has succeed in shining a new light on the violent end of the mega-star: the mashabiki point of view.
His uandishi is strong, authentic, no holds barred and above all moving.
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