Here's an excerpt from the review:
Naturally, a book titled "Tribute" is going to focus on the positive aspects of Jackson's life and the impact it had on so many; there is a foreword by a key member of the Michael Jackson Official Fan Club and the controversies and scandals that swirled around the King of Pop are only briefly mentioned.
"Tribute" takes readers down familiar terrain: The singer's early days with the Jackson 5, the unprecedented success of his first solo album "Off the Wall"; the phenomenon that was "Thriller" and how he followed up the best-selling album of all-time with "Bad," which set a record for #1 hits.
But "Tribute" presents Jackson in a way most of the retrospectives that concentrate on his freakish or iconic qualities fail to do. It presents him as wonderfully human.