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Carole King takes us from her early beginnings in Brooklyn, to her remarkable success as one of the world's most acclaimed songwriting and performing talents of all time. A NATURAL WOMAN chronicles King's extraordinary life, drawing readers into her musical world, including her phenomenally successful #1 album Tapestry, and into her journey as a performer, mother, wife and present-day activist. Deeply personal, King's long-awaited memoir offers readers a front-row seat to the woman behind the legend.

The book will include dozens of photos from King's childhood, her own family, and behind-the-scenes images from her performances.

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    Very good.

    Honest and thoughtful. Always a big fan of her music. Her life has indeed been a tapestry. She has packed a lot of living into her decades. Very satisfying read.

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    A view into the life of an icon

    Carole King has written a good, insightful book about her life. I really enjoyed her stories of her relationships and experiences with musicians, family, touring and being an activist. She includes the tough times as well as the sweet moments, and that makes it a very authentic book. Well worth reading, especially if you know a bit of the music history back then. A lot of the famous names were barely known to me. I think it would mean even more to those who recognized more of the promotors and sidemen.

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