Ono's spiritual nature and wisdom are illuminated in this ultimate exploration of Yoko's childhood, her art, films, music and activism for peace and women's rights.
The undeserved negativity that Ono has received throughout her life as an Asian woman, a child of war in Japan and as the wife of one of the Beatles is explored. We can all learn from her positivity and effective healing methods.
There are astounding details about Yoko's life (thirty-three years before meeting Lennon, twelve years with him, and over forty years of creativity since his death).
The author has followed Ono's career since the mid- 1960s, assembling a vast media archive on the artist. Yoko's own voice, along with Lennon's and others (in cited, published interviews) tell her undeniably true story.
Yoko's incredible body of work expresses all the joy and sorrow of an extraordinary lifetime.