Robert Rosen - Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon
A portrait of the final years of John Lennon's life is based on his journals and interviews with those closest to him, in a volume that discusses his views on parenting, drugs, relationship with Yoko Ono, and contrasting private and public life. Reprint.
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|Nonfiction Category||Biography & Autobiography • Music|
|Nonfiction Subcategory||Composers & Musicians • General • Genres & Styles / Rock|
|Professional Reviews||Williamson, Nigel, Times (London): "Nowhere Man is a gripping read that no Lennon fan will be able to resist."|
Product Review Summary
2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 31, 2003
Nowhere Man: Gripping & Entertaining
Pros: Extremely interesting, easy read, detailed accounts.
Cons: That it had to end.