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Elvis and Me Hardcover – 1 Sep 1985

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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (T); First Printiing edition (Sept. 1985)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0399129847
  • ISBN-13: 978-0399129841
  • Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 3.2 x 16.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 165,650 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I enjoyed this book a lot, I believe what she writes about him. Its not all rosey, she does mention his bad temper, drug abuse, affairs etc & also her own affairs. But she's not bashing him in any way, she's just being honest. I believe she really loved him when she was with him, i'm not quite sure of what to make of her these days though, she's become a bit too "hollywood" or "celebrity" for my liking & it seems she's after the publicity more than defending Elvis' name which is a real shame. I guess we all like to think Elvis was perfect, but no one is & its bad what he did to himself, a real waste, but only the good die young & he will be loved remembered forever, I think we should concentrate on all the years he was successful & what he did for music instead of all the bad stuff that came later. I hate books that try & exploit him, its incredibly low to do that to someones memory just for the money, let him rest in peace now thats all I can say.
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A good 'starter' book to read up on how their lives came together, but some of the accounts just do not stack up. Priscilla has written her version of events portraying herself is a good light, but when you read other books afterwards, you realise how economical on the truth she is being.

I read 'Child Bride' after this and found that far more revealing and believable. That earned a 5 star rating from me,
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I really did't even want to waste time writing this review.
Lies throughout from the woman herself - If you read 'Child Bride' by Suzanne Finstad, you will get a true picture of the woman who manipulated her way in to Elvis' life. Suzanne's account fits in with so many more recollections from friend's, employee's, etc. - Priscilla's does not.
So for that, I suppose it's worth reading, just to see how she really has tried to cover up her vast array of lies and manipulation - very poorly!
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Enjoyed the book. Loved reading stories of Priscilla's life with Elvis. The book I received was very tattered, had to cello tape some pages together but I guess I shouldn't moan too much, the copy I received was published 30 year ago.
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Loved this book! Was a very intresting read. I know that Priscilla really did love Elvis but she couldnt live that way anymore and rarely saw him and Elvis went downhill since spilting from her. He really did love her. I believe that if Priscilla didnt leave him he would still be alive.
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A terrible cheat of a book, as all the photos accompanying the text are of poor copy quality and in BLACK AND WHITE! The original book published is with glossy paper photos and in COLOUR - shameful and misleading. My mum had the original paperback stolen, so I knew what to expect, which was the opposite of what I received! A waste of money.
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Format: Hardcover
As a huge Elvis fan, I was totally glued to this book. It gives a first hand insight into the fairytale Romance of Elvis and Priscilla. I think Elvis would be proud of Priscilla for writing such a beautiful book. I cannot recommend it highly enough. If you love everything Elvis, you will not be disappointed with this book
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A fluffy, Hollywood tinged look at Priscilla's life with Elvis. A very scant tome, when all is said and done, not much substance or depth. A glossy look at life with the King.
This came at a time when Albert Goldman's assualt in the form of his book Elvis was on the market for a couple of years and Priscilla felt that she had to paint a more wholesome picture of Elvis (probably to keep business at Graceland going).
It reads like a Danielle Steele book. If you're looking for something with a bit more bite, try Revelations from the Memphis Mafia. Not that you want to read something which dishes the dirt but this is very scant. She was, after all, the ex-wife, not the widow.
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