Tricky one this, yes there were some interesting little anecdotes, but at the end of it I don't feel as though I know a lot more about John Lennon. Things seemed quite vague in places (as John travelled a lot without her - so what he was doing at those times seems to have been glossed over), she struck me as incredibly naive as well, which given her age at the time I guess is to be expected. I kept expecting her to stand up to him and make him acknowledge his actions, but it never happened.
It did re-inforce my strong dis-like of Yoko-Ono though.
My heart went out to Julian - how could a father treat his son in such a way?
The passages dealing with John's death were incredibly moving. Clearly both Cynthia and Julian have struggled to deal with the legacy of being part of John Lennon's life.