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Elvis By The Presleys
Ritz, David (2005)

Crown Publishers , New York (NY)
ISBN 0-307-23741-9 , 242 pages
hardcover , 26.0 x 21.5 x 2.0 cm , 1.081 kg


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"The most important and revealing book ever on Elvis Presley - by his wife and daughter."

"Twenty seven years after his death, Elvis Presley remains one of the world's most beloved and iconic figures. There has been an impressive array of bestselling Elvis books over the years, but there has never been a book like this. Now, for the first time, Elvis, the man, husband father and artist, is remembered intimately and honestly by his ex wife Priscilla, daughter Lisa Marie and other close family members. Including deeply personal documents and previously unseen family photographs, this lavishly illustrated book will also feature new interviews with family and friends by celebrated Rolling Stone founder, David Dalton. From personal diary entries to unearthed artefacts, Elvis by the Presleys is set to become a publishing phenomenon and will come closer than any other book in revealing the private dreams and truths of the extraordinary and complex man, who became the king of Rock and Roll."

© ElvisBooks
21 May 2005


This book has been rated by 13 person(s), 13 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 5.2.
Their comments:

" nice "

" I was expecting more private pics! "

" Nice book but not sensational like it could have been. "

" Very very very bad book...Shame!!! Stay away from that horrible book! "

" Finally Priscilla throws off the mask and tells the real story (although keeping some of it private as excepted and desirable). A great DVD, an interesting CD and finally this book. Full of rare high quality pictures, little known or unknown facts, including Elvis' words put on a piece of paper while he spent the night in Vegas in his Hilton bedroom before he threw it away. Words that tell his loneliness, his personal relationship to God, his desperate need for help and overall his inconsolable pain and sorrow. Moving and rare. "

" Boring. Any of the other books on this site wil be better then this piece of crap "

" I was disapointed by it all more Pricilla Propoganda in my opinion. glad i never waited in line for an autograph i was in London that day. I feel this woman is getting one over Elvis and his fans makes me angry. 5 for presentation and pictures only. MB. "

" bad very bad "