Andrea Bocelli wrote this memoir himself on a special Braille computer, without a ghostwriter. He chose to tell his own life story through the eyes of a boy called Amos, a charming and unusual device characteristic of this modest man. Bocelli lives in Monte Carlo and summers in Tuscany with his wife and two sons.
This is not a real page turner, but if you like Andrea Bocelli, you will enjoy it. In some spots it is a little tedious. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shy
It was as much as I expected so I can't be negative about the writing. A heart felt narration from a beautifulPublished 5 months ago by Roslyn Bourgeois
I just finished reading this book and it is absolutely a great book. While reading Andrea's words I laughed with him, I got anxious with him, I had the same curiosity he had when... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MANUEL CABALLERO
Andrea is clearly a Romantic. His voice is so soothing. He is powerful when he sings and he sings from the heart. I absolutely Love hearing him.Published 6 months ago by D. J. Therrien
I felt the book was very truthful and it gave me a sense of some of the differences of growing up in Italy as compared to America. Read morePublished 16 months ago by The Brown Eye
Haven't read it yet, but I'm looking forward to it. I was thrilled to
find a biography of him. I've enjoyed his singing for years.
I love Andrea, I enjoyed learning about his life and admire him so much for his accomplishments since he is handicapped. He is awesome. His mother must be very proud.Published 21 months ago by Donna E McCorkle
The Music of Silence: A Memoir
My favorite singer of all time, and his book was a joy to read. I had no idea he was such an intellectual, and yet has the soul of a poet. Read more
This book is the simplistic, self-promoting ramblings of a man/child who expects the world to give him a pass just because he's blind. iDefinitely on the skip list.Published on November 20, 2010 by Dicentra