An intimate birth-to-death portrait of reggae superstar Bob Marley told by the woman who brought him into this world and to whom he spoke his last words on his deathbed. It covers such topics as his embracing Rastafarianism (and his conversion of his mother), his views on sex and marijuana, his struggle with cancer and the battles for the estate after his death. Written with the occasional Jamaican patois, it provides a portrait of rural and urban Jamaica.
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