The second part of Peter Guralnick's painstakingly detailed and captivating story, tracing the later years and final chapter of the King of Rock ‘n' Roll. Continuing from 1958, Guralnick traces the life and times of Elvis Presley, including his draught into the army to his untimely death in 1977.
With anecdotes of record company dealings, unbelievable tour tales, and all the highs and lows of a life at the very peak of celebrity, this is one of the most objective books about Elvis ever written without the rose tinted glasses or normal bias that accompany tales of this iconic artist.
Carefully researched and presented as part Shakesperian tragedy, part Biography and part psychological profile, Peter Guralnick's book is one biography no Elvis fan should be without.
Book 1: BOE7250