Here is the cover of a new reissue of the "Elvis By The Presleys" release from last year. This English paperback edition contains 288 pages and will be released September 9, 2006.
Synopsis from the publisher:
Twenty seven years after his death, Elvis Presley remains one of the world's most beloved and iconic figures. There has been an impressive array of best-selling Elvis books over the years, but there has never been a book like this. Now, for the first time, Elvis, the man, husband father and artist, is remembered intimately and honestly by his ex wife Priscilla, daughter Lisa Marie and other close family members.
Including deeply personal documents and previously unseen family photographs, this lavishly illustrated book will also feature new interviews with family and friends by celebrated Rolling Stone founder, David Dalton. From personal diary entries to unearthed artefacts, "Elvis by the Presleys" is set to become a publishing phenomenon and will come closer than any other book in revealing the private dreams and truths of the extraordinary and complex man, who became the king of Rock and Roll."
Elvis By The Presleys ReissueJuly 28, 2006 | Book Source:Elvis Club Berlin
PTCJones wrote on July 28, 2006
I didn't really care for this book. Big goofy fonts and huge pictures of aftershave bottles and mailboxes. Still, I am sure the new cover will appeal to some folks.
Steve V wrote on July 29, 2006
the original book was very disappointing as was the cd. The dvd was ok.
SuziB wrote on July 29, 2006
This is one of the worst Elvis books ever published and certainy the most disappointing. Promising intimate revelations, he did nothing of the card, and ended up more as an advert for Graceland. I know it sold very well, making number one the sales lists in the UK but if you havent already bought it, don't bother....
Peter@EM wrote on August 04, 2006
I don't care too much for this cover either, I must admit. His face looks greenish, doesn't it? Also, remember that the Beaulieus & Lisa didn't know the 'fifties' Elvis, as he's portrayed in this picture. A seventies pic, or late 60'ies - when he was indeed a husband & father - would have been more appropriate. I know, I know: fans don't ever seem to be happy. We are, but sometimes we just have too high expectations. I couldn't agree more about the content: if you've seen the DVD, there's no need to read the book: same (old) stories, and useless close ups of LM's Mickey Mouse dinner plate (Christ!), Mountain Valley Water, a boot, ... Strange that it sold that much - the Power of Presley, Probably.