Wow What a wonderful story about what might have happened to the King of Rock Roll If you re an Elvis fan I think you ll really enjoy this story Job well done. Interesting but out thereWithout providing a spoiler, I will say that this made for an interesting, but ultimately disappointing, read.The story is well written and detailed I just found it unbelievable I did learn some about Elvis and his history, and that was appreciated. Elvis Presley Saves A Young Boy From A Menacing Stranger After A Performance In , Setting Up A Chain Of Events That Ultimately Leads To A Mystical Encounter With An Angel Who Sends Elvis On A Journey That Changes His Destiny The Young Boy Grows Up Into A Rich And Powerful Man Who Forces Elvis To Confront The Demons Of His Addictions There Are Many Threads To This Story, Such As The Involvement Of Johnny Cash To Help Orchestrate The Plan While A Down And Out Reporter Investigates The Mystery Of Elvis Death, Getting Too Close To The Truth As The Tale Unfolds, The Reader Will Be Pulled Back To The Days Before The King Of Rock N Roll Fell From His Throne I am a lifelong Elvis fan so I was excited to read this book Elvis died the day I registered for high school I was so upset I had to remove the entire wall of his photos in my room and would still believe he was alive if he hadn t been laying in state That said, it was wonderful to suspend believe and dream that things had been different, that someone had stepped in to Save the King The story held my interest from start to finish If only it had actually happened . Can t Put DownElvis fans everywhere will be touched by this book that captures his personality as he overcomes his demons The ending was a big surprise to me, though. Saving The KingHappily suspended reality to enjoy this uplifting work Frankly, I felt a need to escape from the daily violence of the real world. Good story, writing was ok Ending was a let down. I wasn t a Elvis fan, but this book is simply amazing In a fictionalized account of what could have happened if some one resuscitated Elvis in 1977 It is about self discovery and faith. Fun audiobook As always, when I personally know authors in this case, both author Christine Gomez and narrator Elmer Strasser are former coworkers , I abide by the Saving the King is a very pleasant way to spend a winter weekend Lots of us get occasional what if kinds of thoughts this book takes that ball and runs with it There are lots of things to like a little adventure, a little suspense, a tropical island, quite a bit of nostalgia, and even a little romance and spirituality thrown in for good measure That may sound like perhaps biting off too much for a modest length novel, but the flow was handled very well in short chapters I m no Elvis authority, so I couldn t comment on the accuracy of how the authors portrayed the King, but it seemed believable to me I also don t know anything about the drug detoxification process, but the way it was described here was totally believable I wasn t prepared for the ending twist, but that turned into a great way to wrap up the book.Lots of characters were included, besides Elvis and the little boy the reporter, the pilot, the office assistant, the staff at the detox center, Elvis s inner circle and daughter, even Johnny Cash All of their subplots contributed in a neat way to the larger story It all added up to a very enjoyable book.
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- 310 pages
- Saving the King
- George Gómez
- 04 April 2019 George Gómez