'[T]he appeal of "Wonderful Tonight" is as self-evident as the seemingly simple but brash opening chord of "A Hard Day's Night... a charming, lively and seductive book, and like all good memoirs it also works as a cultural history... The prose is clear and unpretentious, and although she writes candidly about the pain her husbands' infidelities caused her...this isn't a bitter tell-all. There's an aura of sweetness around Boyd's approach.'
--"New York Times Book Review"
"A scrumptious memoir...There is exactly one big question for Ms. Boyd to answer here: What made her leave Mr. Harrison for Mr. Clapton, her husband's close friend? To its credit the book answers that question plausibly and fully."
--"The New York Times"
"They say if you can remember the '60s, you weren't really there. Well, Pattie Boyd was there, and she remembers it all." Wonderful Tonight "is a unique gospel of a turbulent time by someone who was in the very eye of the rock 'n' roll hurricane."
--"Sydney Morning Herald"
"Pattie Boyd married two Sixties legends and inspired three of the era's greatest love songs, but life was far from glamorous. The ex-wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton speaks out in this compelling autobiography."
--"The London Sunday Times"
"There are so many wonderful stories in Pattie Boyd's life: Falling in love with a Beatle. Falling in love with another famous rock star, Eric Clapton, and being serenaded with 'Wonderful Tonight' . . . "But there is much that is excruciating in her life story." Boyd "was taught by her parents that she didn't deserve to be loved; she was told by her husbands that she wasn't worth very much, but here she is: not dead, not ondrugs, not an alcoholic, but a survivor."
--"London Daily Mail"
"Will thrill classic-rock buffs with a taste for scandal."
--"Entertainment Weekly" "From the Hardcover edition."show more