by Nate Hendley
October 1, 2012
Arguably the most famous musician of all time, John Lennon was enormously successful when it came to selling records and filling concert halls, but a failure in certain aspects of his private life.
Neither a tribute nor a smear, Nate Hendley’s book on John Lennon examines the brilliant but troubled figure behind the man who led the Beatles. Much of the information in the book comes from interviews Lennon conducted with the press during his too-short life, in which he offered brutally honest insights about his life, legacy and peers. An objective look at a beloved singer, songwriter and activist.