By: AnnMarie Scaramuzzino
For those looking to celebrate John Lennon’s birthday (October 9th), this might be the perfect way.
A book entitled The John Lennon Letters is due out tomorrow, which will provide a unique, in-depth look into the life of one of the most famous musicians of all-time.
According to Amazon.com, the Yoko Ono-authorized collection will feature almost 300 of the letters and postcards that Lennon sent over his lifetime to those closest to him.
The book was edited by Hunter Davies, who spoke to the BBC last year about the project and stated that each letter reveals something different about Lennon.
"You see him as a tortured soul. You see him being funny, you see him showing off, you see him depressed, you see him in different stages," Davies explains.
Davies, who is best known for his 1968 Fab-Four biography The Beatles, also promises that there will definitely be never-before-seen material in The John Lennon Letters, making it a must-have for any avid Lennon fan.
For more on The John Lennon Letters, visit Amazon.com, and read Davies entire interview with the BBC here.