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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Surprising

The depth of emotion and spirit on display in this memoir was beautifully surprising. While I have been a fan of Ricky Martin for years, one does not generally expect more than fluff from a singer's memoir. This book more than delivers. Passion, emotion, struggle, pe...
The depth of emotion and spirit on display in this memoir was beautifully surprising. While I have been a fan of Ricky Martin for years, one does not generally expect more than fluff from a singer's memoir. This book more than delivers. Passion, emotion, struggle, perserverance, and finding his true self all make this story compelling and universal. Inspiring! If you didn't love him before this memoir, you will after finishing it! Brilliant! You go, Ricky!

posted by writerguyOH on November 4, 2010

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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

An author? He's NOT!

The first few chapters of the book are interesting as we get to see Ricky Martin's determination and drive to become a singer from an early age. It's amazing how someone so young could be so focused on performing on stage, on composing music, and singing. Mr. Martin is ...
The first few chapters of the book are interesting as we get to see Ricky Martin's determination and drive to become a singer from an early age. It's amazing how someone so young could be so focused on performing on stage, on composing music, and singing. Mr. Martin is a talented and energetic performer with an abundance of charisma, and charm. However, after a few chapters the writing becomes boring and repetative. Too much technical information about how the music industry runs their business. It was a chore to turn the page and have him rattle on and on about it. I skimmed through the last few chapters bored to tears.

posted by Tutielynn on November 16, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2012

    Great Singer, Lousy Writer

    I wanted to like this book, I really did. I thought that maybe there would be something insightful in these pages about a man growing up in a conservative Christian, Latin household, coming to terms with his sexuality. Instead, Ricky Martin speaks in code, constantly referring to his homosexuality as "his truth," focusing more energies on his heterosexual love affairs, and patting himself not he back for his humanitarian efforts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Ricky marten

    Dose this book hav somevlyricd init or no.????!!!!!!??!@@@@@@&);&)/@)"

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2011

    Disappointed

    This book starts out OK but then turns into a something you would hear at an hour's session of psychotherapy. Dull reading after 2 or 3 chapters. Many chapters are duplicating the same information.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2010

    Dont Waste Your Money

    I like R.M and his music but I do not like his book. It was boring not what I expected. The book is mostly about his music career and how he meditated and the places he traveled. I scanned thru the remainder of the book. Also this book does not contain any photos what so ever that was another bad thing about this book. I have decided to sell this book and buy Rick Springfield!

    Sorry Ricky still luv ya!

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