John Lennon's Secret Paperback – 12 Dec 2010
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About the Author
Award winning writer and poet, David Stuart Ryan, takes you into the amazing world of the Beatles at the height of their fame as he reveals the many previously hidden sides of John Lennon. He has interviewed many of the people who helped to make the Beatles into their worldwide phenomenon they became. You will learn just how influential their first manager, Allen Williams, was in creating a band that became a world beater. During a memorable lunch time session that stretches all through the afternoon the manager reveals the secrets of just how he set the band on their way in Hamburg through his London contacts. The tangled story of John Lennon's relationship with his father is now told and helps to explain many of the demons that drove him, and of his eventual quieting of these demons right at the end of his father's life as the author explores the manuscript that his father left behind with his young bride. Even if you thought you knew the story of the Beatles you will find many hidden nuggets that David Stuart Ryan has dug out from the files of Time Inc where he worked.
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Don't bother, I still don't understand why anyone would write this rubbish.Published on 27 Aug. 2014 by Richard
Ok, but quite a few factual inaccuracies in this book. Nothing really in there that I did not already know about John.Published on 20 May 2014 by Paul Mitchell
What a read, sophistication,punctuation and wording is next to nothing, the writer has got this to a T spot on God Bless John Lennon and Thanks David S RyanPublished on 21 April 2014 by Miracle Aligner
I chose this rating because there was nothing new in this book,what hadn't read or new about before I chose this book.So when I had redit what was the secret.Published on 2 Mar. 2014 by robert eccles