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Robert Rosen's Nowhere Man
on 8 May 2009
I bought Nowhere Man some time ago and I must say it is a beautifully written book where the author goes through the final days of Lennon. He uses his memories and imagination to show how Lennon lived at the end of his life. Rosen himself warns in the author's note that "Nowhere Man" is a work of investigative journalism and imagination", so he's not cheating anyone. He had the real diaries with him until some dark figure betrayed him, so he had a privileged knowledge into Lennon's final days and thoughts. He was in contact with key figures at the time so I do think it is worth reading. You won't feel you've wasted your money.