Lennon in America: 1971-1980, Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries

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Lennon in America: 1971-1980, Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries

Lennon in America Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries This eye opening look at the years that Lennon lived in America show the former Beatle in all his contradictions devoted husband wanton adulterer pacifist with a temper doting father and absentee d

  • Title: Lennon in America: 1971-1980, Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries
  • Author: Geoffrey Giuliano
  • ISBN: 9780815411574
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • This eye opening look at the years that Lennon lived in America show the former Beatle in all his contradictions devoted husband, wanton adulterer, pacifist with a temper, doting father and absentee dad 67 photos.

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    One thought on “Lennon in America: 1971-1980, Based in Part on the Lost Lennon Diaries

    1. Paul Lyons on said:

      What do you say about a book that is full of scathing, gratuitous sensationalism? How does one read a book that is supposedly filled with shocking truths, when that very same book makes bold statements that you personally know are not true? It's a frustrating conundrum, one I faced constantly while reading Geoffrey Giuliano's 2000 book Lennon In America. Yet despite its questionable merits, I read Lennon In America faster than any book I've read in yearsUpon reading the first 20 pages, I figured [...]

    2. Jeff on said:

      I gave this one star, only because I couldn't give it zero. Mr. Giuliano tells his thoughts on John in the 70's, none of which is supported though evidence, or referenced from interviews.

    3. Jessica on said:

      a delicious and captivating read. This book engages the reader in a saucy and tell-all manner. It focuses on the "ono-era" and divulges secrets and facts that other books merely brush past. It focuses on a period that had the world wondering what was going on in lennon's head. The book is post-beatles, yet references details and occurances that had a large influence on the man behind the band. The book informs the reader about experiences pre and post beatles that influenced his genius, and, at [...]

    4. Juliette on said:

      Found this is a box of junk a friend was throwing out. Like you do with colorful trash, I couldn't help a flip through. And then I read the damn thing. It's as someone said here, like a horrid traffic accident. You keep looking although you feel ashamed of yourself. Of course, the writing is ghastly. But I knew that going in. It's the Yoko thing that kept me there. I suspect a lot of what this piece of shite had to say was close to the truth. About Yoko. Maybe not John. I do know their relations [...]

    5. Rosemary on said:

      I felt like this was more of a chance for the author to trash Yoko Ono than a look at Lennon's life. He takes up every chance given to blame every single thing that went wrong in Lennon's life on his second wife, making it seem as though if he had stayed with Cynthia then the Beatles would have never broken up and Lennon would be alive today. The author paints Lennon as this hopeless, poor man under the control of iron fisted Yoko, who makes every decision for him while sucking up all of his ene [...]

    6. Gwen on said:

      Don't know why this book doesn't have more stars. As far as I can tell it is a truthful rendering of the time John Lennon spent in America. It details how Yoko controlled him and came between him and his family. (Among other things it seems strange to me that after he was able to travel abroad they went to her homeland at least twice and didn't set foot in his.) Yoko held on and now controls his estate and his name (brand).I recommend this book to anyone who wants to explore the truth about John [...]

    7. Possum on said:

      Like Oprah once wrote: "Gossip is an assassination attempt by a coward." And that's all this book seems to be--gossip. Lurid, denigrating gossip. Granted, I only read the prologue and the first chapter. Once I figured out that this was just a glorified tabloid article, I couldn't continue. But nothing that I read in those two sections was helpful or insightful in my opinion. I didn't even see direct quotes from Lennon's diary like the title would have you believe.

    8. Stephen on said:

      This book portrayed itself as an unbiased look at John Lennon’s last eight years or so but instead ended up coming across as more of a sensational hatchet job than anything else. I read the whole thing but don’t feel to good about myself for doing it. Reading Lennon in America, I was gripped by the same obsession that makes nearly all drivers slow when passing an accident in order to get a better look. Not recommended, especially if you ever liked anything about John Lennon.

    9. Joe Emery on said:

      Eye opening book about Lennon's personal habits. A good read for any Beatles fan.

    10. Pete daPixie on said:

      Many myths shattered in Giuliano's coverage of John's life in America. Spinning on the horns of a tidal wave was lost John.

    11. Clint Priest on said:

      Great stories on The Beatle's decade spent living in America between New York City and Los Angeles. All Beatles nerds and Lennon zealots will dig it.

    12. Lysergius on said:

      Interesting to track the influence of Yoko Ono throughout Lennon's life in this period.

    13. Darla Frey on said:

      Of course I'm obsessed with John Lennnon! Aren't you? You won't be able to put this one down.

    14. Dana on said:

      I love reading anything about the Beatles. John was weird - but aren't most musical geniuses?

    15. Geoff W on said:

      It was worth reading, just to find out about Lennon's love for asian women in bikini's and what he liked them to do for him.

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