It's at once detailed, accessible and loads of fun ... One almost can't overstate how pleasing to the eye and easy on the brain this book is. It will be referred to over and over whenever you're talking about 'the world's favourite band'.
New York Journal of Books

A visually stunning album-by-album history of The Beatles
Entertainment Weekly

Comprehensive, entertaining and packed with fun facts, Visualizing The Beatles is a wonderful introduction for new fans and a must-have for devotees, offering a new way to think about this extraordinary band whose influence continues to shape music. 
Eric Alper

Charming, inventive, and utterly unique… A fresh, fun, and enticing take on the Beatles history.
Houston Press

Over the years I have seen and read a lot of books on The Beatles, but this one is an amazing piece of work. Clearly a labour of love, the detail in this book is staggering – beautifully illustrated and covering every album The Beatles ever made in a truly original way. This is a book that every true Beatles fan will want to own.
Bev Bevan, ELO & Black Sabbath

With Visualizing the Beatles, John Pring and Rob Thomas trace the contours of the Beatles’ incredible career in all of its pictorial splendor. Through an arresting collection of Beatles-oriented illustrations and infographics, they challenge casual fans and die-hard aficionados alike to ‘see’ John, Paul, George, and Ringo in vastly new and revealing ways
Kenneth Womack, author of The Beatles Encyclopedia

A magical history tour
The Guardian

Visualizing The Beatles uses the new science and art of infographics to retell a familiar narrative in an entirely new way. This entertaining, informative, and beautifully presented book offers an ideal introduction to the band and also contains detailed research that will surprise even long time fans
Jon Stewart, guitarist in Sleeper and Total Guitar columnist

The Beatles’ catalogue is so vast and influential, only a data-led approach like this can help us truly make sense of it. Love is all you need, but visualisations can help too.
Simon Rogers, Data Editor at Google and author of Facts Are Sacred

Pring and Thomas trace the Beatles’ incredible career in all of its pictorial splendor. Along the way, they succeed in educating the casual fan about the band mates’ humble origins, evolving fashion choices, and chart-eclipsing hits. But perhaps even more impressively, Pring and Thomas take the Beatles’ story into the realm of musicology, demonstrating—or, to be more accurate, illustrating—the ways in which they transformed from a simple four-part rock combo into a bravura musical unit of staggering proportions. The Huffington Post