“Peter Doggett’s book about the Beatles’ split is a real page-turner.” — Annie Lennox
“Enthralling… Impossible to put down.” — The Independent
Acclaimed journalist Peter Doggett recounts the previously untold story of the dramatic final chapter in the lives, loves, and legal battles of John, Paul, George, and Ringo—aka The Beatles—from their breakup in 1969 to the present day. Called “refreshingly straightforward and highly readable” by The Daily Telegraph (London), You Never Give Me Your Money is the dramatic and intimate story of the breakup and aftermath of The Fab Four as it’s never been told before.
Lesser told story
This is a fantastic and entertaining history of the post breakup years. It really shows how lost they were without each other.
A great read.
This book is a very complete look at The Beatles. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
The book is very well written, and quite fair to all concerned which is a hell of an accomplishment considering the multiple subjects. My experience around Beatle books is that they generally lean towards one camp or use mythical character stereotypes for some or all of the secondary cast members. Not so in this volume. Even some of the more unlikable characters are treated fairly and even with some empathy in the case of Allen Klein specifically.