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FTD Book Out Now

January 04, 2017 | Book

The new deluxe book 'The World Of FTD' is heading out to Elvis dealers today. Publisher Erik Lorentzen apologised to fans saying, "We are all sorry for the delay, but it's nothing we could have done to get it to you before. The printer runs 24 hours a day and they have all tried their very best. Thanks for your patience." 

The book was authored and designed by Keith Flynn with input from a large number of other Elvis specialists including EIN's Piers Beagley, EM&HM's Trevor Cajiao, Geoffrey McDonnell, Gordon Minto and many others. It is 1,200 pages, hardbound three book set, chronicling every release by FTD.The book also features 100s of high-quality photos from the collection Erik Lorentzen  KJ Consulting are proud to publish this Box Set which weighs 8 kilos.

Source:Elvis Information Network
Ton Bruins wrote on January 05, 2017
Looks great but 149 euro...mmmmm...too expensive for me anyway
You Dont Know Me wrote on January 08, 2017
Hmm 99% of all fans i have spoken too say REASON they are NOT BUYING ...is that information is readily 'available' on the internet...and that argument i cannot defend!~ + expensive postage and price makes this a 'die hard' and 'collectors item only'+ already out of date missing "Sprit of Jackson reviews"!~ so sure for proper FACTS alternative/better pictures YES but a 'collectors/Elvis fanatic fans' only release this one!~
Ton Bruins wrote on January 10, 2017
So what is your point now "you don't know me" ???
You Dont Know Me wrote on January 10, 2017
My 'point' Tom was i'm trying to get across that this is NOT a 'mainstream' book it is for very VERY specialized collectors within the collecting FTD group!~
Ton Bruins wrote on January 11, 2017
Yes indeed this is a very special book. But that makes it not less expensive for me. I really would like to have it but....
Gladyslove wrote on January 11, 2017
I ordered mine. Just love the books like Files from Lorentzen & co.
VivaLasDavies wrote on January 17, 2017
I'd have hoped lessons would have been learned regarding the cheap, flimsy cardboard case the last triple set of books came in. Unfortunately not. The fools that designed this and the last one think it's ok to charge £150+ and then package them in what looks like a cereal box. This is very easily damaged - as mine is.