Catch a Fire is assiduously researched; the details writer Timothy White presents of the King of Reggae's life are cinematic in scope and, at times, cumbersome. White includes much of his primary source material, ranging from full interviews with band members to unearthed CIA documents, and devotes a whole section to describing his exhaustive research process. The final product is rich with elements of spiritual tome, rock biography, and history text; it is a hagiographic epic--the story of a man and his legend. --Brendan J. LaSalle --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
It was trashed and I hated it it wasn't in good condition the pages were ripped and colored onPublished 3 days ago by joslin
Arrived promptly and the book seems accuract. An easy read with photos.Published 14 days ago by JLKO
This book does a magnificent job of providing the cultural impact Marley had in Jamaica. While it can drag on with the minute details, the specificity of the biography is quite... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Swagmasta E
Short and sweet. This is an excellent book, meticulous in its detail. Perhaps a bit TOO meticulous. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neil Wilson
Got this book Friday and I loved it so much not only does it tell you about Bob Marley and his music it also tells you about jamaica and Rastafarian and marcus garvey and king... Read morePublished 7 months ago by jahnoy skerrit
When the book is about Marley its fine but he puts in all these fillers that shouldn't even be in this book!! Read morePublished 10 months ago by allen Rafael