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Revolver: The Secret History of the Beatles (2005)

by Geoffrey Giuliano

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The Beatles were far from perfect, but this book is not only salacious; it's lazily applied salaciousness. Giuliano appears in several places to have merely watched "The Beatles Anthology," and then supplied (from his not especially fertile imagination) dialogue for described events. This is an exercise by a nitwit, only fit for consumption by readers who know better than to buy into this half-baked nonsense. ( )
  NicholasPayne | Jan 16, 2007 |
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30 years after their split, The Beatles continue to be the most influential & best-loved band the world has ever seen. Yet despite all that has been written about them, few have managed to get behind the public facade of the Fab four & write the truth about the band. No one knows more about their secret world than Geoffrey Giuliano.… (more)

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