James Dean: Little Boy Lost
A close personal friend of the movie idol now delivers a view of Dean that cuts through the myths and distortions. Drawing on personal memories and conversations, and on interviews with family, friends, and psychiatrists, Hyams presents a biography that captures this American icon as he really was. 16-page insert.
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Review: James Dean: Little Boy Lost - An Intimate BiographyUser Review - Alexandra Richland - Goodreads
Put it this way: I am a huge Dean fan, and I obviously know what happened to him on September 30, 1955. Even so, I cried at the end of this book. Yes,I actually cried. Joe Hyams gave such an excellent ... Read full review
Review: James Dean: Little Boy Lost - An Intimate BiographyUser Review - Topher Taylor - Goodreads
I waited 6 weeks for this book to arrive from a bookshop in a small town in the USA and I couldn't put this book down. Buy it if you can find it - I wish I could in-read it so I could read it all again! Read full review