The Autobiography of Malcolm X Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The Autobiography of Malcolm X is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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An important book in black history
Enjoyed the journey through Malcolm X’s eyes. Great read. An important book to read to understand why he was how he was.
I can’t believe how ignorant I have chosen to be. This book has ignited within me to read more, find out our history, and to celebrate being a black Woman.
I’ve never felt so much happiness, sadness, anger, frustration from reading an autobiography, but something about Brother Malcolm made me feel these emotions. As someone who has studied a small amount of the man, this books gives great incite to a very complex man. Great book, must read.
By J Maude
So much life lived in a few years. Interesting rollercoaster ride
The Autobiography of Malcolm X
This book is over thirty years old but is relevant in today's world. Each time a black man is shot dead in the street for no apparent reason by a white police officer, the need to examine race relations is brought out. The fact that it is necessary in the year 2016 to rally around the theme "Black Lives Matter" is a testament to Malcom's teachings. Will America ever come to terms with race relations is the question?
By Bookworm Bert
An inside look into the life of Malcom X and his life of crime before becoming a voice for African Americans. A roller coaster of a ride . Addicting and eye opening
You need to read this book.
Awesome book. Worth every penny.
I am a better person after reading this book and I truly believe everyone would benefit reading this.
It's amazing how far and the difference a person can make through his will for accomplishing things.
The autobiography of Malcolm X
By Ras Tee
This is one of the greatest autobiographies, and it goes to show the power of redemption and God's gift to the human intellect and potential. Peoples opinions and judgement about Malcolm today is definitely different than what it was during his time. He was living decades and centuries ahead of his time and the people he was with. From birth to death I conclude that he lived to be 80 physically because if you think about what he accomplished in 39years transcends it. So for every year he's lived it twice. People might think that he made a lot of mistakes but I believe that everything he did and left prepared him to live and appreciate the thing better and with deeper understanding and conviction. Can you imagine what this world especially America would be today for the blacks, Muslims in general and all Americans in totality. He is the most amazing person in the 21st century. He was a visionary and realist in its true meaning and only sees the ultimate truth. Show me somebody like him today?