Shoulda Been There (Vol. 1) 1940 – Dec 1961

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In Jude Kessler’s stunning debut narrative biography, you’ll learn the truths behind the Lennon legend. You’ll discover why the popular, rich, famous singer called himself a “Nowhere Man.” There are no hard copies left, but you can get it on Kindle by clicking here for $9.99

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“Help!” The Beatles sang, but for John Lennon, it wasn’t just a song. It was a desperate plea. In Jude Kessler’s stunning debut narrative biography, you’ll learn the truths behind the Lennon legend. You’ll discover why the popular, rich, famous singer called himself a “Nowhere Man.” Travel back to Liverpool of the 1940s, 1950s, and early 1960s to meet the lonely, abandoned boy and the angry teenager who was John Lennon. Tag along for the birth of The Beatles as John meets Paul McCartney, is introduced to George Harrison, molds his band, and takes them to Scotland with Johnny Gentle and then off to perform in exciting Hamburg!  Discover why John craved – why all of us crave – love from those who Shoulda Been There.

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4 reviews for Shoulda Been There (Vol. 1) 1940 – Dec 1961

  1. Bill Harry

    “A real tour de force!”
    Bill Harry, Mersey Beat and author of The Ultimate Beatles Encyclopedia, The John Lennon Encyclopedia, and Liverpool: Bigger Than The Beatles

  2. Adam Forrest

    “Truly extraordinary…for 795 pages, the reader is John’s shadow. Each reader is John’s comrade.”
    Adam Forrest, BeatleNews.com

  3. Ken Hoffman

    “It’s an unusual literary form. The reader has a peephole on events that shaped Lennon’s childhood and the beginnings of The Beatles.”
    Ken Hoffman, The Houston Chronicle

  4. Mark Lapidos

    “Jude Kessler has painstakingly researched this epic fact-novel about John’s formative years that helps to complete the story of Lennon…one of the most important figures of the Twentieth Century.”
    Mark Lapidos, The Fest for Beatles Fans

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