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Lennon Revealed weaves together insights and recollections from those who knew Lennon best to create a picture of the artist as a man, with all his faults, strengths, desires, and demons intact. Emmy Award-winning journalist Larry Kane - who had a professional relationship with Lennon that spanned 15 years - draws from personal experience and over 100 interviews with John's friends, family, and associates to craft a portrait of Lennon that truly captures the man's essence.
©2008 Larry Kane; (P)2008 Sine Studios, LLC

Critic Reviews

"Readers should enjoy Kane's personal, honest recollections. 'My reporting of Lennon and his adult life will no doubt vary from others,' Kane aptly notes, "but it is mine.'" (Publishers Weekly)
"Yoko Ono told Kane that Lennon 'didn't want people to just adore him. He wanted people to know what he [was] made of.' Kane's account hews to that wish." (Booklist)

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The Honest Portrait of a Rock And Roll Legend

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is an unbiased depiction from a reporter's point of view.

What did you like best about this story?

The proofs behind the rumors regarding Lennon.

What does Larry Kane bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

A first-hand knowledge expressed by his voice.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I loved this book, crying because I am an ardent Beatles fan, laughing at the wit of Lennon. It brought him back to life for me.

Any additional comments?

This book is real in every sense of the word, not hyped or sensationalized, just a true portrait of a man his loves, his flaws, but most of all, his music.

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  • Steve K
  • 02-15-17

Good Enough Lennon Book for Any Fan

If you're a fan and you've listened to all other Lennon biographies then I'd recommend this. Not as good John Lennon The Life by Phillip Norman, so if you haven't listened to that one get before this.