ELVIS LONELY STAR AT THE TOP

£12.50

ADORED BY MILLIONS, SURROUNDED BY WORSHIPPERS, ELVIS WAS NEVER ALONE, BUT HE WAS ALWAYS LONELY

 

David Hanna, Leisure Books, NY, Norden Publications Inc, 1977, Softcover, 224 pages, with 16 pages of B & W photos.

 

Black cover blurb:

 

FAME AND WEALTH COULD NOT BUY WHAT ELVIS NEEDED MOST...

 

Elvis Presley didn't invent loneliness --- but he was lonely all his life. At birth he lost a brother, and grew up as an only child. In death, he was surrounded more by luxury and extravagance than friends. He became a prisoner of his own popularity --- seperated from those who really loved him by necessity. Marriage failed him, friends disappointed him. He was still a star, still an idol --- and he loved us as much as we loved him --- but there was no personal way to say that. He was a decent man who endured the saddest pain of all --- being lonely in a crowd.

 

 

Condition; Fair. Cover is creased and yellowing throughout there is some rubbing to the spine on the front cover.


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