'fascinating...all Beatles fans will be interested in the book, the best in recent years'. -- The Sunday Times 20051003 'A fascinating first-hand account of one of the most bizarre phenomena of the 20th century.' -- Sunday Telegraph 20051003 'this one has the ring of truth that most Beatles books do not'. -- Independent on Sunday 20051003 'an engaging memoir... along the way, it offers a fascinating glimpse into an altogether more innocent age, before star-makers and svengalis began colluding with marketing men and TV execs ...' -- Independent 20050930 Cynthia's account of her early years with John is vivid and engaging... refreshingly free of bitterness.' -- Mail on Sunday 20050930 'Fascinating stuff' -- Evening Standard 20051004 'loving but candid... vividly captures the time and place and the characters.' -- Washington Post 20051003 'brave and revealing' -- The Times 20051003Vom Verlag:
Cynthia met John Lennon at art college. They fell in love, married and had a son, Julian, at the start of the Beatles phenomenon and their relationship spanned ten of the most important Beatles years. She is one of the few and closest witnesses to events that have become music legend.But as well as new insight into the Beatles years, Cynthia has a compelling personal story of marriage, motherhood and a man - John Lennon - who was to become the most idolised and admired of all the Beatles.As with all iconic figures, the mythology is often better known than the real story. Her affection undimmed, Cynthia is candid about the cruel, as well as the loving, side of John. She tells of the end of their marriage and the beginning of his relationship with Yoko Ono in more detail than ever before, and reveals the many difficulties estrangement from John - and then his death - brought for herself and their son Julian. Cynthia is a remarkable survivor and her extraordinary story and unique insight into a man loved by so many around the world is sure to be a huge bestseller.
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