Apr 08

The Hiltons: An American Dynasty Seems Like A Soap Opera, But It Really Isn’t!

hilton book


The Hiltons: An American Dynasty, written by Randy J. Taraborrelli, may seem like a script for a soap opera, but it really isn’t. This is the true story of numerous people who all became a part of this incredibly interesting American family. Here I’m going to do it; I’m interjecting some humor. I am going out on a Paris Hilton limb for this book review, saying The Hiltons is a HOT book.

If you want to discover how to become a millionaire, you have to take a chance, buy The Hiltons book, read it and you will thoroughly enjoy what you will discover upon its gleaming pages.


The Hiltons is the great story of how Conrad Hilton basically goes from rags to riches, and then leaves next to nothing upon his death to his children. How crass can that be? Conrad Hilton started working in his father’s (Gus) general store, and by working hard, giving people great service, an incredibly wonderful hotel room to stay in, he managed to bring celebrities, hotels and hard work together to become a famous American billionaire!

Conrad Hilton stated in his will that he wasn’t giving his almost billion dollar fortune to his kids, because he wanted them to make something of themselves. His son Nicky contested the will and won.


I found the actual story of Conrad Hilton, Paris Hilton, and Nicky Hilton seemingly very familiar. It reminded me of the TV show Dallas–which was a nighttime soap opera. But The Hiltons is better, because this is a true story of numerous Hiltons, who besides working hard, they play hard, party hard, and they married famous celebrities. Conrad Hilton married Zsa Zsa Gabor. Nicky Hilton married Elizabeth Taylor. I didn’t know any of this, until I read The Hiltons; An American Dynasty.

In fact I couldn’t put The Hiltons down. I also found it very interesting that Paris Hilton has been one of the only Hiltons to forge a new path for herself by becoming an instant millionaire celebrity in her own right.
Copyright © 2014!

Leave a Reply