Orion - Gail Brewer-Giorgio Reviews
Description:ISBN 0944276393 / Author: Gail Brewer-Giorgio / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... whose death in 1977 rocked the world. This is the story of Orion Eckley Darnell. I'm sorry, who? Isn't it the story of ... more
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Gail Brewer-Giorgio Orion
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by - written on 11/01/08 (Very useful, 309 readings)
This is the story of a poor boy born in the deep American South in the 1930s, who in the mid-1950s becomes a rock and roll superstar, known as The King Of Rock And Roll. This is the story of that superstar and how he came to make a series of lightweight fluffy movies, and entered a seemingly endless series of concert tours. This is the story of that same superstar, who came to both need and hate the worldwide attention he received, who came to both need and hate the demands his fans made of him. The is the story of that superstar whose death in 1977 rocked the world. This is the story of Orion Eckley Darnell. I'm ... Read the complete review
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