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|Bob Marley was one of the greatest musicians of our time. While much has been written about him, here is a unique, intimate, and honest portrayal written by his wife Rita, who talks about their strugglesboth before and during his rise to fameas well as their dreams, fears, and ultimately, her husbands losing battle with cancer while at the height of his career. This stirringly honest, no-holds-barred account of life with Bob Marley reveals a different, deeper side of the beloved musician that will be sure to strike a chord with his legions of faithful fans.Rita does his legacy a great favor by humanizing him and his astounding musical gifts. Rolling StoneHer writing carries a distinct patois and a directness that makes the book a breezy kind of read. The Hamilton Spectator|
In No Woman No Cry, readers learn the never-before-told details of Bob Marley's life, as related by his wife, Rita.
The story of Rita Marley's life as the girlfriend, wife, and eventual widow of Bob Marley, the legend of reggae music, whose distinctive sound has been part of the world's popular culture for more than three decades.
|Author||Hettie Jones, Rita Marley|
|Number Of Pages||224 pages|
|Grade From||Eighth Grade|
|Grade To||College Graduate Student|
|LC Classification Number||ML420.M33131A3 2004|
|"Her writing carries a distinct patois and a directness that makes the book a breezy kind of read."|
"Rita does his legacy a great favor by humanizing him and his astounding musical gifts."