What others say about Working Class Mystic:
"Gary Tillery has captured George's spiritual odyssey in his latest work, which enables us to take the journey with him to unlock the secrets, move aside the veil and gain a remarkable insight. It provides an invaluable companion to his recent work on John Lennon, The Cynical Idealist."
--Bill Harry, Founder of Mersey Beat
"One of the more fascinating Beatles biographies … a richly informative account, understanding and empathetic … an insightful
portrait of one of music's more complex characters."
--Joe Goodden, The Beatles Bible
"Having first known him back in the days when he was known only as the 'quiet Beatle,' it thrills me no end that George's inner journey has now been so splendidly chronicled."
"… exceptionally well-researched … With the publication of Working Class Mystic, Gary Tillery and Quest Books have done a real service to the legacy of George Harrison as an artist of enduring value and man whose ideals remain timeless."
--David Amram, composer and author of Offbeat: Collaborating with Kerouac
"Often referred to as the 'Quiet One,' George Harrison is given full voice in Gary Tillery's compact, yet highly enlightening Working Class Mystic. … The music, Harrison's sense of humor and his commitment
to living in the spiritual world make this book ultimately uplifting and a great read."
--Steve Matteo, author of Let it Be and Dylan and editor of Pulse magazine
"… elegantly written account …"
--Anthony Pomes, Beatles expert, advisory board member of The John Lennon Center for Music & Technology
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