Quite a good read. It's good to get someone's perspective of the young Elvis who actually knew and spent some time with him. I do feel that some of the later bits were bulked out by Nick Adams' daughter though, as it feels that it was written by another hand. A must for staunch Elvis fans, it proves what a wonderful man he was.
Good service arrived in the time scale it said it would, but I found the book boring and I adore Elvis I'd read a labal on a tin if it had information about Elvis on it, but I just couldn't get into this book. On the other hand it does give you an insight as to how innocent Elvis was and the love he had for his mother.