(LOS ANGELES) -- This fall, Jermaine Jackson will publish a memoir about his late brother, Michael. The book, called You Are Not Alone: Michael Through a Brother's Eyes, is billed by the publisher as "the most authoritative account from inside the Jackson music dynasty, illuminating the private man, the son, the father and the brother."
You Are Not Alone reportedly will detail the late King of Pop's childhood in Gary, Indiana, his rise to stardom with the Jackson 5, his solo career, his relationships with his parents, and the "private anguish" he suffered during his 2005 child molestation trial. It also includes a look at the final weeks of Michael's life, as well as the upcoming trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who's accused of administering a lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol to the superstar.
In a statement, Jermaine said of the book, "It's about what really happened and who [Michael] really was, representing the things he never got the chance to say, based on what we know, based no what he shared." As for why he wrote the book, Jermaine stated, "We don't want Michael's life to be an eternal mystery."
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