Utterly classic (and only authorised) biography of the Fab Four
Hunter Davies is a prolific British author, journalist and broadcaster, best known for writing the only authorised biography of The Beatles. As a journalist he worked on the Sunday Times, where he was chief features writer, and later editor of the Magazine. He wrote regular columns for Punch and currently writes for The New Statesman, the Guardian, The Sunday Times and the Daily Mail. For three years he presented Bookshelf on BBC Radio 4. He is the author of over thirty books, including biographies, novels and children's novels. He has ghosted everyone from Gazza and Wayne Rooney to John Prescott. He is also the author of one of the most classic football books of all time, The Glory Game, and his own autobiography, The Beatles, Football and Me.
"A document of our century" * Marshall McLuhan *