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The New Elvis by Wyborn Senna

The New Elvis

by Wyborn Senna

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On the night of August 19, 1974, Elvis realizes he wants to leave a little more of himself behind when it’s time to go, so he visits a fertility doctor named Johns and sets events in motion that have ramifications far beyond his own mortality. The perfect candidate is found to bear his offspring and a son is born, but as the young man grapples with the secrecy surrounding his paternity, it takes a special friend to help him discover the truth. Fraught with tension, poignancy and raw emotion, this work of fiction examines the friends’ disparate lives—one born into a life of privilege and the other despair—and ultimately unites them in truth, healing, and love.

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On the night of August 19, 1974, Elvis decides that he'd like to leave a little something of himself behind when it's his time to go. He visits a fertility doctor, and soon, his son is born. Years later, the baby has inevitably matured into a young man, who now grapples with the secrecy surrounding his paternity. Elvis has long left the building, and it may take a certain special friend to help his son discover the truth behind his extraordinary lineage. Fraught with tension, poignancy and raw emotion, The New Elvis examines the lives of two disparate friends-one born into a life of privilege, and the other despair-and ultimately unites them through truth, healing, and love.… (more)

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