Bono has ratings and reviews. Elizabeth said: Okay, Bono is just incredible as we all know. I am interested in him as a person because I admire. Review of “Bono: In Conversation with Michka. Assayas”. David M. Johnstone. George Fox University, [email protected] Follow this and additional. Here, in a series of conversations with his friend, the music journalist, Michka Assayas, Bono reflects on his transformation from extrovert singer.

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I have always liked Bono, but sort of thought that if I looked deeper than the public image he projects, I would be disappointed by what I found. End of Watch Stephen King. Books by Michka Assayas. He speaks candidly about his faith, family, commitment, influences, service, and passion.

Bono evasive or aggressive, and the duck and weave as Assayas pushes back, saying, ” I’m not sure if assayzs would be interesting to anyone else.

He was thoughtful and sincere in his answers to some pretty tough questions. They covered a lot of ground: Submit A News Tip. I’m not one, but I’d like to be. No trivia or quizzes yet. Rogue Lawyer John Grisham. Close cookie policy overlay. This book was a wonderful surprise.

His absolute reliance on Adam, Edge and Larry. This is the closest Bono will probably ever get to writing a memoir. But clearly he thinks we can do something about it! That’s between me and God. Oct 07, Randy rated it it was amazing. My review, in brief: All her spare time is devoted to her unruly garden and allotment. The book was a little too long for my taste. I’m fully in support of Bono’s work there, and think it is inspiring to see someone doing so much for those who bojo so little, but assyas the same time, I admit my mind wanders after too long reading about debt reduction, trade, etc.


Bono reflects repeatedly on the “moral force” of the issues he’s bringing before world leaders on behalf of the voiceless, and he leans heavily on the idea of a closed but not locked door being openable with the right push.

The reason I like this book so much is that it shows me that Bono embodies the principles of the foundation of Christianity — the Beatitudes as written about in “Plan Be” by Dave Andrews — and anyone seeking to be the best Christian they can be would do well to learn from him.

His own inner michia are laid out for all to see – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Brian Beacom is an award-winning entertainment writer at the Herald and Times group of newspapers based in Glasgow.

BONO: In Conversation with Michka Assayas

Although others will say that this is not true, I can honestly say that I do not believe I have ever heard a U2 song. He sang with Planxty and after they disbanded in l with Moving Hearts. It’s well-ordered and Michka Assayas asks the tough questions.

My Life with Wagner. I would love to know his thoughts about the time since then So, as I said, I enjoyed this book a lot.

Essence has to manifest itself. To make it through success and still have manners, to still have curiosity, intellectual curiosity, to still have some grace, to keep your dignity, that is really She is married and has three children.


Bono on Bono: Conversations with Michka Assayas by Michka Assayas – Books – Hachette Australia

U2 vocalist, celebrity activist and one micuka the world’s most outsized rock stars, Bono symbolically takes off his habitual shades to reveal the relatively normal guy behind the flashy and occasionally bombastic public persona in this series of wide-ranging conversations. Feb 02, Josh McConnell rated it it was amazing Shelves: The reason this book stands out is because Assayas doesn’t keep his journalistic distance but presses into his friend i asks him the tough questions.

In this Sunday Times bestseller Bono – the biggest rock star in the world – tells his life story, and speaks passionately about his hopes for the future. Black Box Thinking Matthew Syed. I’m holding out that Jesus took my sins onto the Cross, because I know who Aassayas am, and I hope I don’t have to depend on my own religiosity.

What I found profound about this interview with Bono is how comfortable he is with who he is and how it muchka allowed him to transcend any boundaries or obstacles.

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