This is truly a delightful book. Beatle George Harrison's sister, Louise offers a lot of personal and interesting information about her famous brother and her other brother, Peter. Louise has founded the Beatles' Museum in Illinois where she had lived for some years and her contributions of Beatle facts and memorabilia is invaluable and greatly appreciated by many.
In September of 1963, George and his older brother, Peter visited their sister who had by then emigrated to the U.S. At that time, George was the only Beatle to have made a transatlantic trip. His sister Louise provides a fresh voice, humor and delightful additional input about her famous brother and the people such has herself and their brother Peter who, undoubtedly helped influence George. I like the way she included a map of the Benton area and a list of places George got to visit during his trip. I also like the way she encouraged local radio stations to play the Beatles' then current hit, "She Loves You," which is one of MY favorite songs.
What adds to the appeal of this book is the loving tone in which it is written. The youngest of four children and the youngest of four Beatles, George was plainly well loved. One feels drawn into a loving vortex when reading this work. This book is very soothing and delightful; it is a book that will engender good feelings when read. This delightful book will be treasured from the inveterate Beatles' fan to people becoming familiar with their musical, artistic and cultural influence. I love it!
George was ALWAYS a first-class person, artist and Beatle. I think George was ALWAYS fab!
This work deserves a hearty YEAH, YEAH, YEAH!