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Publisher's Summary

Ciccone's extraordinary memoir is based on his life and 47 years of growing up with and working with his sister - the most famous woman in the world.
©2008 Christopher Ciccone (P)2008 Simon and Schuster, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathy on 07-23-08

Juicy, Revealing, full of Suprises

This as a quick listen that I really enjoyed. I've LOVED Madonna for years but this book comes as no suprise. IT's always interesting to get the "inside scoop" on the life of a famous person. I can understand why this book was at once painful and cathartic for Christopher to write. Here's to a job well done!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Greg on 11-03-13

Fascinating and emotional, yet a very easy read.

Not only an interesting peek into Madonna's world, it performs a deep examination of their sibling relationship - with all it's trials and tribulations. What makes this book interesting is that you get to see behind the PR and media machines to compare how real people behave and interact versus a project image distorted by others. The book does allow you to understand what people mean when you hear the odd remark that a particular famous person really is nice or genuine behind the facades. Most surprising about this book is how well it's written, particularly given how emotional and personal it is.

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