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Elvis and Me
Presley, Priscilla Beaulieu ; Harmon, Sandra (1985)

Berkley Books , New York (NY)
ISBN 0-425-09103-1 , 320 pages
softcover , 17.6 x 10.7 x 2.5 cm , 0.185 kg

Memoirs and memories
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This book has been rated by 15 person(s), 15 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 6.4.
Their comments:

" the supposed true story of the King and his Queen. Good on the surface, but one wonders what things were really like for this great American love story. Not bad. M from TN "

" Could have been alot better. "

" A story that tells a fairytale, which in many ways was a true story, and leaves a few keys to open some locked doors where reality and mostly solitude are lying. A very positive book from someone Elvis loved more than any other person, his parents and daughter excepted and overall a positive image of a man she truly loved from the very beginning when her father brought home an Elvis record. Luckily Priscilla accepted to reveal more in Elvis by the Presley's. "

" one side story "

" One sided and seems to be just about the bad times "

" I felt I read a Pricilla propaganda pamphlet, it turned me off the lady. MB. "

" I think many people want to trash Priscilla for whatever reason. I think the book was great! It told an inside story of life with Elvis and though we may not want to hear it he was a human being with good traits and with faults as we all have. The man the fans saw was a fantasy and an image. No one knows what goes on behind closed doors. I am amazed when people say it was one sided, she revealed things about herself also. "

" The book covers more than it reveals. But still I'm glad it's there. "