We're in a Beyoncé moment. The pop sensation has more fans, more fame, and more cultural influence than ever before. But what makes her so iconic? Is she really that perfect? And why do we love her so much? How to Be Beyoncé isn't a biography (mostly because nobody wants to get sued by someone who does everything so perfectly). Instead, it's a meditation on her place in culture, why we love her so much, and what we can learn from her image and work-ethic, so we can reach our own potential.
Those looking for an exhaustive biography of the beloved megastar should look elsewhere than Madison Moore’s morsel-sized but cleverly written and thoroughly engaging look at Beyonce’s pervasive role the American musical landscape that’s chockfull of interview excerpts from the diva herself as well as Moore’s keenly observant pop culture musings.
Zane Sanchez’s animated performance captures the fan-like enthusiasm of Moore’s prose, and his voice is as easy on the ear as a Top 40 hit.
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Not Even Worth Free
Can't handle the narrator.
Yes, have the book reread by a different narrator.
May try another. But not if Zane Sanchez is reading it.
Wasn't able to get through 5 mins of it. So I'm unable to properly rate on the story itself. So I gave the middle star.