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The Lives of John Lennon Paperback – 1 Sep 2001
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"An altogether worthwhile experience for those who admire either the man or his music." --Dayton Daily News
The result of six years of research and some 1200 interviews, this book takes fans deep into Lennon's secretive world, from his traumatic childhood to his Beatles days to his hidden life with Yoko Ono. While the Lennon of legend enjoyed a gifted and inspired life, the private Lennon lived in torment, poisoning himself with drugs and self-hatred. The book exposes for the first time all of his various lives, from idealist to cynic, from ascetic to junkie. It is a lasting tribute to his brilliant achievements and a revelation of the price he paid for them.See all Product description
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seem like a cover job.
The rest are comics in comparison.
After reading far too many Beatles books I'd say that along with Steve Turner's A Hard Day's Write: The Stories Behind Every Beatles Song, (https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/Hard-Days-Write-Stories-Beatles/178097096X)
this book is all you need.
For me this book doesn't kill the legend, it just reveals it more clearly.
it is a remarkable book.
no matter if you take the facts as gospel (always dangerous) ,or with a nip of salt, well advised, it is a fine example of a biographical nature, and not at all as demeaning as the less discerning folk who write for a living would have you believe:, my goodness how can one exist on white bread and black tea
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