The Quiet One: A Life of George Harrison Paperback – June 1, 1998
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In reading this book, one gets the feeling that the author is trying to curry George Harrison's favor. Instead of focussing on the former Beatle's achievements and accomplishments, it appears that this author is criticizing and scorning other artists such as Eric Clapton.
The irony of it all is that Clayson has written a biography that was of extraordinary caliber on George Harrison, the 1/4 of the box set. This work, on the other hand is a real bust.
The subject matter is interesting, but that's it. The author is a failure at basics like diction, syntax, and punctuation and, accordingly, he has little, if any, credibility.
How does crap like this get published?