If this is what Sting intended then 'Broken Music' is a complete success.
Sting lived his own life and followed his own dreams and some of his stories are incredibly funny and some are sad but they are all very descriptive.
I had already read this book at my local public library and decided I had to purchase it for my own.
Well written- kept me glued the whole way. I would recommend this to anyone interested in a fascinating, articulate, autobiography.Published 39 minutes ago by rave
Sting's account of his early years gave me insights into how his family and growing up in Newcastle formed the star that he became. Compelling storytelling. Read morePublished 45 minutes ago by Leo Hoyt
I especially liked the wording and sentence structure, almost lyrical in quality. I enjoyed his memoir but felt unsatisfied with the ending, as if it just stopped mid way in a... Read morePublished 1 day ago by ann
Interesting writing and certainly gives one an inside look at how groups form. At times I get the impression that Sting is determined to use every fancy word in the dictionary to... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jo Swiss
Very well written. I enjoyed reading Sting's life story (so far - I hope he has plans to stick around a while longer!). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Catherine
I had no idea that this would be such a sensitive and intelligent soulful book. My heart goes out to you, and thanks for your strength of spirit to tell your story.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderfully descriptive writing. The story of Sting's rise to fame and all the stumbles along the way. Poignant and personal.Published 8 days ago by Susan J. Gainoutdinov