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The Memphis Lullaby
McConnell, Linda Ann (2004)

Pressley Publications , Glasgow
ISBN 0-9548254-0-3 , 98 pages
softcover , 21 x 14.9 x 0.6 cm , 0.141 kg


Category:
Dramas and musicals about Elvis
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This book has been rated by 31 person(s), 30 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 9.4.
Their comments:

" Excellent and informative piece of work a great and sympathetic read "

" This book is simply brilliant. The way the author has managed to tell the entire story with only 'The King's' words, makes this piece unputdownable. My knowledge of Elvis was quite limited prior to reading this, I knew quite a few of his songs as my Dad was a fan, so I grew up listening to Elvis songs, my Mum fancied him and we would watch his movies together and I remember how he died, but that was really it. This book taught me just how much of a spiritual man Elvis really was and I have to admit that I was quite touched by that. I highly recommend this book, even to people who wouldn't necessarily call themselves Elvisfans. After reading this, they may, however, change their minds. J. Sivers, Glasgow "

" What can I say,what an unusual and new way to portray the King, excellent read from start to finish, felt like I was there with him. C Fields,East Kilbride "

" GREAT READ / JOE KREIN / WWW.ELVIS2001.NET "

" The journey of Elvis, seen to be told through his own eyes and heart. An indepth and emotional piece of writing. "

" What an unusual book it portrays the very spiritual side of Elvis. The reader feels at one with him as he takes you through his life. It is as if you were alone in a room listening to him talk. "

" brilliant "

" excellent read "

" it is an insight into his life "

" "A wonderful and respectful script. An excellent read. A must for all fans" - Lee Dawson, www.elvis-express.com "