Fab: An Intimate Life of Paul McCartney

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Jun 1, 2011 - Rock musicians - 600 pages
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The living embodiment of The Beatles and a musical juggernaut without parallel, Paul McCartney is undoubtedly the patriarch of pop. In this authoritative biography, acclaimed author and journalist Howard Sounes creates the most accurate and extensive profile of McCartney ever built, leaving no stone unturned, and no shadow unexplored.

He is the torch-bearer of the Beatles ‚e" the greatest band in pop ‚e" and one of the most closely studied stars in show business. But surprises and secrets still linger in the life of Sir Paul McCartney.

In FAB, his full story is told for the first time.

Acclaimed author Howard Sounes spent more than two years investigating every aspect of Sir Paul‚e(tm)s life and work, including interviewing over 200 people. The result is the richest and more comprehensive biography of McCartney ever written.

Uniquely, FAB pays equal attention to the story of Paul McCartney both in the Beatles and post-Beatles, creating a unique narrative spanning the arc of the artist‚e(tm)s life. FAB culminates in the sensational human story of Sir Paul‚e(tm)s calamitous marriage to Heather Mills, which is fully revealed for the first time. Sounes proves a judicious critic of the music of an iconic star while also delivering a superb psychological portrait of the man.

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About the author (2011)

Howard Sounes is the author of several acclaimed non-fiction books including the bestselling Down the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan (2001), an equally well-regarded life of the cult writer Charles Bukowski, as well as the true crime classic Fred & Rose (1995). He lives in London.

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