A beautifully illustrated and intimate look at Elvis's private life, as recalled by the women he loved - his wife, Priscilla, and his daughter, Lisa Marie - as well as other family members and friends. For the first time ever, the Presleys have teamed up to talk candidly about Elvis as a husband, a father, and a man.
Their poignant, firsthand memories, interwoven with rare photographs of Elvis and his memorabilia, reveal an Elvis we have not seen before. Priscilla reveals what life was like at Graceland with Elvis. Lisa Marie speaks honestly about Elvis as a father and her own challenges growing up as heir to the King, and shares pages from her personal scrapbook. Other family members and friends share their thoughts about the man, his relationships, his career, and his death.
The book includes many photos of never-before-seen memorabilia, such as handwritten notes, guns, clothes, even Christmas cards. Here, now, is the tumultuous story of the life of a lovely yet complex man; a portrait of the career of a brilliantly accomplished yet often frustrated artist; an insider's tale of enduring love, related with warmth and unguarded candor . . . and a story told the way only a family can tell it.