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Baby's in black. The Story Of Astrid Kirchherr & Stuart Sutcliffe - Arne Bellstorf
Baby's in black. The Story Of Astrid Kirchherr & Stuart Sutcliffe
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4.00 10
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783941099128 (3941099124)
Publisher: Reprodukt
Pages no: 216
Edition language: Deutsch
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Ms. Thomas's Bookblog
Ms. Thomas's Bookblog rated it
4.0 Baby's in Black: Astrid Kirchherr, Stuart Sutcliffe, and The Beatles
One of the best parts about working in a library is that I get to read books before the patrons are able to check them out (Sorry, student who had to wait a week for House of Hades). This was one that I snatched right out of the box and had to read the moment I got home. I LOVE The Beatles, and the ...
Sinful Book Reviews
Sinful Book Reviews rated it
3.0 Baby's in Black by Arne Bellstorf
Anyone looking for more material to fire up their Beatle mania? It’s 1960 in Hamburg, Germany and there aren’t many people who have heard of The Beatles yet. Astrid Kirchherr’s ex-boyfriend drags her to a seedy club just to see them. She’s immediately drawn to them, particularly Stuart. What follows...
pedestrienne
pedestrienne rated it
3.0 Baby's in Black: Astrid Kirchherr, Stuart Sutcliffe, and The Beatles
all the smoking depicted here made my throat start to hurt. which means that I really got into the story! the Beatles look like themselves and ALSO still fit in with Bellstorf's style. this is a subtle, sad, love story that happens to have something to do with the Beatles.
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it
5.0 Baby's in Black: Astrid Kirchherr, Stuart Sutcliffe, and The Beatles in Hamburg
Love this graphic novel story about the romance between German photographer Astrid Kirchherr and the legendary "fifth Beatle," Stu Sutcliff who died in 1962. This is also a good portrait of the Beatles in Hamburg before they hit the big time.
Kathryn Lively, Reader
Kathryn Lively, Reader rated it
4.0
Black near-faithfully progresses with the courtship of Astrid and Stu, which flourishes despite a tenuous language barrier and the ever-present specter of Klaus, who seems to find consolation in actively supporting The Beatles' young career (Voormann would remain associated with the band for years i...
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