For those of you not fluent in Latin or legalese, res ipsa loquitur
means "the thing speaks for itself." And the following review of Nowhere Man
, which I found today on Goodreads, does just that.
I received a copy of the galley to this book several years ago, before it was published. I could not put it down! Robert Rosen effectively delves into John Lennon’s dark side, but from a wholly analytical, non-judgmental perspective. Rather, Rosen affords an in-depth exploration of the complexities of Lennon's often-tortured psyche, with the insight and precision that only a seasoned journalist can provide. His writing is stark, intelligent and authoritative. I highly recommend this book. —Alissa Wolf
Having just released an updated 15th anniversary e-book edition of Nowhere Man
, now available on Amazon
(for the unbeatable “matchbook” price of 99 cents) and Smashwords
, this review, to say the least, reminded me why the book has endured for those 15 years.
Thank you, Alissa Wolf!