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Careless Love, The Unmaking of Elvis Presley
Guralnick, Peter (1999)

Little, Brown and Company , Boston (MA)
ISBN 0-316-33222-4 , 767 pages
hardcover , 24.0 x 16.2 x 4.4 cm , 1.125 kg


Category:
Biographies
Description:
The first volume of a two-part biography of Elvis, this book covers his life from 1935 through 1957. First US edition.

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This book has been rated by 17 person(s), 17 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 7.7.
Their comments:

" Compelling biography of the last 19 years of Elvis's life. It completing shows the reader the great tragedy of Elvis's life, the careless handling of his promising career, the personal upheavals and lathergy that became his world in his final years. It is a sad sequel to Last Train to Memphis, but is written in thoughtful and humbling tribute to Elvis's memory. another must have. M from TN "

" goldman rewritten "

" Detailed, almost day by day, story of Elvis life from his service in Germany till his very last hours . You can read about many concerts and sessions song by song, minute by minute, and give a whole new meaning to some of your ftd records . "

" Well written and well organized book "

" Well written, but just alil disappointed compared to his first book Last Train to Memphis "

" The amount of detail and chronlogical writing makes this combined with the first book of the series the definative Elvis Biography. "

" oh my god after the great first one this is a real downer! He simply copied ugly stories from other books....baaaad "

" Tought this woul be the ultimate book on later years..it's not,it copied from others... "