The operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti has attained the kind of superstardom usually only reached by film and pop stars. He is the most celebrated tenor today, his concerts attended by thousands, his records selling millions. This autobiography is a candid portrait of this extraordinary artist, offering clues to his character and to his ability to move millions of people by the power of his voice and personality.;It covers the major events of his life, and the operatic venues where he has enjoyed the greatest triumphs - London, Moscow, Peking, and New York. It also tells of the difficult times in his career, most notably in Milan and Chicago, and of his work in Philadelphia helping struggling singers. Finally, it tells of his family and private life, including his daughter's near-fatal illness, and his battles with his own health.