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To people who are obsessed with the image of Elvis, I think this is a must read Gaining insight into his mental state of mind and learning about his fascination with young teenage girls paints a clearer picture of his odd dating habits and behavior There was waystrange behavior than I had ever imagined It s an eye opener for those of us who are obsessed with his music and the image we created. Although there exists a fascination with the life of Elvis Preseley this book fails to satisfy that fascination and has a prolonged tendency of being incredibly dull I would not recommend this book to anyone On a regular basis I fly through books even those that I am not completely enthralled with, however, with this book I failed to become even mildly enthusiastic about opening this book up during any available time in my day Should you wish to learnabout the life of Elvis Presley I wo Although there exists a fascination with the life of Elvis Preseley this book fails to satisfy that fascination and has a prolonged tendency of being incredibly dull I would not recommend this book to anyone On a regular basis I fly through books even those that I am not completely enthralled with, however, with this book I failed to become even mildly enthusiastic about opening this book up during any available time in my day Should you wish to learnabout the life of Elvis Presley I would recommend doing so with any other Elvis Presley biography #READ KINDLE Õ Baby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him õ Alanna Nash belongs in the pantheon of great music writers, and Baby, Let s Play House is a fascinating study Rosanne CashJust in time for Elvis Presley s would be th birthday comes a new book by Elvis expert, journalist, and Country Music Association Media Achievement Award winner Alanna Nash Called by far the best study of Presley I have ever read Impressively researched written and felt by New York Times bestselling author Philip Norman author of John Lennon and Shout and the most entertaining Elvis book ever by New York Times bestselling author Jimmy McDonough Shakey Neil Young s Biography , Baby, Let s Play House is the first ever Elvis book to focus solely on his complex relationships with women, including celebrities such as Ann Margret, Linda Thompson, Mary Ann Mobley, Cher, Raquel Welch, Barbara Eden, and Cybill Shepherd Featuring dozens of exclusive interviews and scores of never before seen photos, Baby, Let s Play House is a must have collector s item for fans of The King everywhere Have you ever found yourself wondering how normal Elvis s bedroom demeanor was Well this book is for you And not to spoil anything, but the answer is, not very normal The hard part of any Elvis bio is when you get to the last few years and he just cracks up You have to try not to feel like a bad person when you call up your friends to let them know Elvis wore diapers for a few years Oh well And I am taking off one star for the teensy teensy type and rambling paragraphs That s really not c Have you ever found yourself wondering how normal Elvis s bedroom demeanor was Well this book is for you And not to spoil anything, but the answer is, not very normal The hard part of any Elvis bio is when you get to the last few years and he just cracks up You have to try not to feel like a bad person when you call up your friends to let them know Elvis wore diapers for a few years Oh well And I am taking off one star for the teensy teensy type and rambling paragraphs That s really not cool especially when a book has 600 pages with a constant rotating cast of a few hundred teenage girls It is so difficult to write a biography on this man and find a new angle Nash gives it a good effort, and the book is very well researched For those who are new to the Presley biography world, it manages to include just enough details to be revelatory and feel as though the curtain is being pulled back, while still allowing the sweet side of the man to remain To say that Elvis juggled multiple relationships is an understatement, but the redeeming quality is that in most cases they were just t It is so difficult to write a biography on this man and find a new angle Nash gives it a good effort, and the book is very well researched For those who are new to the Presley biography world, it manages to include just enough details to be revelatory and feel as though the curtain is being pulled back, while still allowing the sweet side of the man to remain To say that Elvis juggled multiple relationships is an understatement, but the redeeming quality is that in most cases they were just that relationships There s not a lot of one night stand stuff going on here Nash relies heavily on theories concerning Elvis psychological issues, and her expert s comments are interspersed throughout the book The relationship that Elvis had with his mother looms large in Nash s treatment, and its affects bleed into all the other relationships she describes A decent read for the genuinely interested, but one that will leave the reader feeling melancholy I thoroughly enjoyed this book There are two things that would ve made it perfect One is leaving out all the psychological comments about Elvis being a twinless twin I felt that was hammered home too many times and got redundant Two is including an alphabetical list of all the women mentioned with a short description Oftentimes a name would pop up again 50 or 100 pages later, and there d be no reminder of who they were There s so, so many women mentioned in this book that it would be imp I thoroughly enjoyed this book There are two things that would ve made it perfect One is leaving out all the psychological comments about Elvis being a twinless twin I felt that was hammered home too many times and got redundant Two is including an alphabetical list of all the women mentioned with a short description Oftentimes a name would pop up again 50 or 100 pages later, and there d be no reminder of who they were There s so, so many women mentioned in this book that it would be impossible to remember them all Baby, let s talk dysfunctional relationships I have read many books on EP, and I consider Guralnick s Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love the gold standard by which I judge every book on Elvis Alanna Nash s serves as a great companion piece to those two volumes, and also stands alone as a compelling, empathetic portrait of a man who was loved by millions but never could find that love in a single person Nash consulted doctors and psychiatrists to shed light on what can happen to a person Baby, let s talk dysfunctional relationships I have read many books on EP, and I consider Guralnick s Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love the gold standard by which I judge every book on Elvis Alanna Nash s serves as a great companion piece to those two volumes, and also stands alone as a compelling, empathetic portrait of a man who was loved by millions but never could find that love in a single person Nash consulted doctors and psychiatrists to shed light on what can happen to a person whose twin sibling died at birth Elvis forever felt the loss of his twin brother, and later, when his mother Gladys passed away, her death cast a shadow that he could never shake Nash also provides many details of the women in Elvis life Although he slept with a TON of women, not all of the women he cared about were girlfriends He had some platonic friendships with women, such as actress Barbara Eden I loved this book required reading for mega fans A compilation of the many women of Elvis s life, noneimportant than his mother Gladys The superstars of any field much less entertainment often deal with the plague of excess The lesson being, be careful what you wish for, you may not be able to handle it Elvis certainly was not.From his inability to commit to a relationship to surrounding himself with those that fueled his eventual destruction Elvis is a textbook case in the struggles of super fame and celebrity His early success see A compilation of the many women of Elvis s life, noneimportant than his mother Gladys The superstars of any field much less entertainment often deal with the plague of excess The lesson being, be careful what you wish for, you may not be able to handle it Elvis certainly was not.From his inability to commit to a relationship to surrounding himself with those that fueled his eventual destruction Elvis is a textbook case in the struggles of super fame and celebrity His early success seemed to be his happiest time especially with his mother still alive But even then you could see what was to come Though he died young it was almost merciful as the level of desperation he was at was truly sad This book is an exhaustive look at the love life of Elvis Presley The first third of this book is absolutely fascinating The middle is a bit tedious, and the ending sad, as Elvis ending was sad.I am not sure how I felt about all of the psychobabble quoted in here, by docs that study the phenomenon of Twinless Twins of which Elvis was While that might explain some of his dysfunction, I have a hard time with it because Elvis was well, Elvis No one s life was like his, the insanity of it a This book is an exhaustive look at the love life of Elvis Presley The first third of this book is absolutely fascinating The middle is a bit tedious, and the ending sad, as Elvis ending was sad.I am not sure how I felt about all of the psychobabble quoted in here, by docs that study the phenomenon of Twinless Twins of which Elvis was While that might explain some of his dysfunction, I have a hard time with it because Elvis was well, Elvis No one s life was like his, the insanity of it all I mean, who isfamous than Elvis was An interesting but long read This was SO UNBELIEVABLY LONG And monotonous It s basically and then he slept with this teenager Then he slept with this teenager And then this one For 600 pages With some pseudo psychologist he liked uniforms, for he was a TWINLESS TWIN stuff thrown in with basically zero context.