The Last Days of John Lennon Hardcover – 31 Dec 1991
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An inside look at John Lennon's last reclusive year spent in a dark New York apartment portrays a man laden with insecurities, conflicts, and confusion.
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When Lennon died, Frederick Seaman was as devasted as could be expected of a friend and confidante. He had done what so many others were unable to, to be truly inspired and to be truly close to the man whom so many wished to be.
This book lends the reader these personal memoirs so they too can know the truth. It's a witty, honest and very emotional journey and a must read for all who want to share in a real story about a well-loved man.
A rare gem of a book.
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a riveting account of a man we all admire, but whose faults are there, in full display.....still feeling for his past, wanting more...this book is a display of passion, a true gem....
Fred really brought to light the last years of Johns life and his relationship with Yoko...I know most fans don't believe but if you read all the biographies most all ring the same tune.
Fred recently lost a court case with Yoko Ono ...he was convicted of stealing and planning to write a book from the very beginning of his employment. I am glad he had the nerve to stand up to Yoko...Go Fred...wish you could write more.
The books was well wrtten in great humor and you could feel Fred really did love Lennon.