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Well written, definitive account of the fascinating life of John Lennon. I recommend it.Published 1 day ago by Jaylu
I'm only a quarter of the way into the book, but I can still say that this book is worth reading whether you're a fan of Lennon or not. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ray
A good book! Kind of long but shares a lot about his personal life most won't even know....Published 5 days ago by Rick
Still reading it
A lot of details which I do like but more tedious reading.
Excellent account of John's life beyond being a Beatle. A lot of behind the scenes accounts of what was going on during the height of "Beatlemania". Read morePublished 8 days ago by BobJerome
so far so good . . . interesting in-depth insight into a fascinating individual who died much too soonPublished 16 days ago by nannette kennedy
Interesting book, although the author apparently wasn't a big fan of Yoko's and you wonder if she was as bad as he makes her seem. :)Published 26 days ago by PamFau
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|What A REal Shame That Ray Coleman's Excellent Accurate John Lennon...||
The Ray Coleman biography is worlds better than this one. You'll be much happier with it and be pleased with its objective tone instead of a tone of fawning servile deference or a trashiod (trash + tabloid) of the Goldman & Guiliano ilk.
Dec 4, 2010 by BeatleBangs1964 | See all 3 posts
Still can't wait to read this book. I don't think anyone who loves John is going to change his or her opinion based on anything anyone claims at this point, Philip Norman or not. I read Albert Goldman's book and I'm still standing. Also, Yoko Ono is not a woman whose validation I would ever... Read More
Oct 27, 2008 by Christian Overfield | See all 17 posts
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