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The book was very interesting and provided a lot of information on the life of Lennon.
I'm not going to go through endless examples, but it's enough to say that there is way too much of this stuff.
Regrettably, Philip Norman's book gives deference to this crazy bit of nonsense a bit too much, as well.
Norman provides the most I depth bio of Lennon I've ever read. Going past the halcyon days of the early Beatles, digging the pain and drug induced infection of the "Lost... Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Suzanne Garrison
Lots of details, some of them entirely new to me and likely to be to any regular Beatles fan. Competently written but not as energetic as the author's prior Beatles book. Read morePublished 3 days ago by James W. Wilson
Very good & interesting book. I never knew that John Lennon had so much turmoil through out his life and had a lack of self confidence. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Al L. Snyder
Gives you very good insight in the life and songs of John Lennon. It helps you to understand his songs en music which makes them even more genius. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J.E. Post
Philip Norman’s JOHN LENNON: THE LIFE was a disappointment. The author seems unable to distinguish between what’s relevant from what’s tangential, amd that makes his book at least... Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Andreassen
Very good book. Mr. Lennon was one of a kind. His music will last forever. I will always regret that he didn't get to grow old with us as Sinatra and Ella did for our parents.Published 2 months ago by David N. Levine
As is commonplace with so many biographies, authors oftentimes turn into windbags of verbiage and unnecessary claptrap which the reader is compelled to sop up... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William J Higgins III
If you are a fan of The Beatles, this is a must read. Insightful, thorough, and downright surprising at times. Read morePublished 3 months ago by English101