I was really impressed by this book. Since the Beatles break-up long ago, people tend to be divided into a Paul or John camp, rarely both. This book, co-written by Paul McCartney, was as least 25% about John Lennon, much to my surprise. Largely being in the Lennon camp (although I do think that much of his genius was wasted by years of drug abuse and a certain second wife), I didn't expect for John to figure so prominently in Paul's semi-autobiography. Maybe it is Paul being the ever cognizant showman, but there is a genuine fondness reflected in the pages and a recognition that without John, there never would have been The Beatles. I'd love to pass the book along, but at about 900 pages, it isn't worth the postage to send it along. I wish there was a way for heavy books to be allotted 2 credits due to the high postage!
In-depth biography, written in '97, over 600 pages