ISBN: 1637580681
EAN13: 9781637580684
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 26, 2021
Pages: 320
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

The Book of Mac: Remembering Mac Miller

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   Disappointing writing
What a let down as I read more of the book's best parts when the author isn 't writing and other contributors are talking about their experience with Mac throughout the book. She spends so much time on what her favorite songs are and how they made her feel and what they helped her process this more about herself than Mac at times. I was shocked when there was literally a whole chapter about how Mac helped her with her queerness and I'm queer! I understand that this book was supported by the estate and trust, some of the things you read in the book are worth reading, but be prepared on the way to read some subpar content.
I love Mac Miller as a person and all his works. I am a diehard fan, but this book is not what I expected. This isn 't like a biography, it's just a bunch of people talking about Mac. Don 't get me wrong, I am sure it is an amazing book, but if you want a biography, this is not it.
   Quality is lacking
This was a highly anticipated item, which I preordered. The book itself had blackgrey marks and was beginning to tear near the binding. In my opinion, the writings did not flow well. I feel I have overpaid.
   Supported by family
In fact, this book is supported by his family, not the Paul Cantor book. It's ridiculous that people are giving bad reviews for something they don 't even know that has nothing to do with the actual book, which is fantastic.
   Authorized by Mac's Estate
I ordered this because I am a huge Mac Miller fan and wanted the book to be supported by his family. The only complaint is that the book is almost amateurly made against big publisher books. The pages are of uneven and almost jagged cut pages.
This book was received a few hours ago. After waiting for 3 months, it is finally here! In addition to this great read, 30 pages in and an extremely good read! I was concerned about the same reviews about the way the pages are not well separated out, but then realized that they are meant to separate the sections in chapters. Huge fan of the authors'inclusion of Mac's dearest friends. It is cool to see the impact Mac had on other hard-core fans! Worth the money and a great read!
   Buy THIS ONE to support his fam, not the one by Paul Cantor
I was so happy to preorder this. My boyfriend and I have been Rider or Die fans for over a decade, and I am incredibly grateful that Mac was able to work with Donna's family to bring this to us. Can 't wait to read!
Super excited all day to come home and read my brand-new book about my favorite artist, only to open the box and see it is very clearly damaged and covered in scratches. I went through all the pages and discovered that one is missing or almost completely torn out. I know now the joy of trying to figure out how to get a replacement.
   More like “The Book of Donna-Claire Chesman”
I think that there are some quality control issues involved in the production of the book. The pages are all different widths, making ridges and not smooth. The actual writing of the book is subpar, it is mainly based on how Mac helped Chesmen get through their queer life as the main story and less about Mac himself. Like many, I was duped into thinking that it was more of a biography than snippets from friends and colleagues. It is nice to see what those people had to say. But I look forward to a proper biography, as I and others hoped that this book was. Over all, the subpar production of the actual book is accompanied by subpar writing.