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Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon by [Rosen, Robert]
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Editorial Reviews


"A gripping read that no Lennon fan will be able to resist." --Nigel Williamson, The Times (London)

"You feel like you are inside The Dakota with John Lennon and Yoko Ono." --The Huffington Post

"Entertainingly salacious." --Mike Tribby, Booklist

"Controversial... intriguing... surprising." --Catherine Crier, Court TV

"Rather like re-reading a favorite detective story... though you know how the story's going to end, you still wind up willing the events to unfold differently." --David Thompson, Mojo magazine

"Captures with disturbing immediacy the pressure of being a celebrity... flirts with brilliance." --J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader

"Robert Rosen's gripping account of Lennon's five-year seclusion in the Dakota building makes it impossible any longer to agree with the cozy popular image of him during this period as a devoted father and bread-baking domesticated househusband. This is a portrait of... the twilight of an idol." --Allan Jones, Uncut magazine

"After reading this book I felt an affinity for Lennon; his life with all its torments, joys and pains was real to me." --Sydney L. Murray, Vision magazine

"One of the most sincere and brutal biographies ever written." --Julio Hurtado, (Spain)

"An obsessive, corrosive, unforgettable account of Lennon and his menage at the Dakota. Even readers who never bought the air-brushed image of Lennon the benign father and house-husband are likely to experience powerful cognitive dissonance as they read Rosen's chronicle of weirdness, in which the tragic and the absurd are inextricably mixed." --John Wilson, Christianity Today

"A fascinating story.... A shocking biography." --Roberto Ponce, Proceso (Mexico)

"Eminently readable, whether you're a fan or not.... An excellent, beautifully written book." --Bob Smith, Chaotic Order (U.K.)

"What makes this book valuable is the sense that Rosen is providing as honest a characterization as possible--honest enough so that, in spite of Lennon's quirks and foibles, his genius ultimately shines through." --B. A. Nilsson, Metroland

"We become privy to first-hand knowledge about Lennon's final days which has never before seen the light of day... this book makes for engrossing reading." --Steve Wide, Beat magazine (Australia)

"The manuscript is so personal that one would think John Lennon himself was telling Rosen exactly what to write." --Bryan Schuessler, Shu-Izmz

"One of the most fascinating insights in Robert Rosen's book is that John knew that he, in the last half of the Seventies, exercised his greatest power to the extent that he wasn't seen; he was beyond success; he had achieved such fame that his five-year silence hummed more loudly than, say, any of Paul McCartney's appearance in People magazine." --Brian Murphy, Oakland University Journal

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  • File Size: 1032 KB
  • Print Length: 210 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 9, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015RXUD6U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #717,483 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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