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Good but not as good as the others

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Reviewed: 2021-01-04

Enjoyable but not as riveting as the other novels. Having said that I'll certainly read the next one.

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The Audacity of Hope

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Reviewed: 2020-11-27

A well written, thoughtful and it times sober recounting of right years plus. My have times changed. Thank you Mr. President.

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Thank You Mr. Cornwell

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Reviewed: 2020-11-21

Loved and would always love to hear more. I have truly enjoyed the education while being completely entertained. I have made it point to seek out many of the battle fields described in your books and thank you for placing us on this informative journey.

Riveting

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Reviewed: 2020-11-16

This is as believable a science fiction as there is. This is a story about the courage of ones conviction. This story is comparison between Hobbes' "State of Nature vs "Leviathan". Read it and you will enjoy it.

A Book about Memories and Narratives

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Reviewed: 2020-10-30

Even better than the last. This book explores the fictional nature of our inate prejudice and tribalism. It is well-done to the point you forget the author is shining his late on us, ad flawed judgemental souls destined to self-combobulate.

Leviathan

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Reviewed: 2020-10-21

A story about hubris, hegemony and exploitation under the guise of the necessary order of things. The story flows quite well and is unpredictable keeping you interested and on your toes. I'd be interested in another chapter or twenty - this book would make a great movie.

What Legacy Will You Leave

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Reviewed: 2020-10-05

Our late mother often reminded us, "but for the grace of God, we are where we are and not living the struggle of those we presume to judge." She was also fond of saying the toils of life will make you stronger. I want to thank you for your toils and ask tha you keep the faith a little longer. I thank God for his grace - providing you as a Shepard to raise the sheep into long horn rams. This book is a must read for those on either side of the spectrum, a book of grace, humility and our responsibility to each other. May God continue to bless the author and his adversaries, so that we may all come together as one. Thank you.

Thank God for the Fourth Estate

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Reviewed: 2020-09-23

This is an excellent piece of journalism by a seasoned veteran. Those who wonder why a politician would sit with Mr. Woodward should wonder why not. Our political leaders and their administrations need to remember who they work for. This book outlines the many ways that our collective democracies are in trouble not solely because of Trump but because we the people are no longer active participants.

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A different perspective

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Reviewed: 2020-09-18

Science that entertains you while educating us on these we should either know or want to know. This is the type of book you read multiple times. However, it was very easy to digest and packed with relevant information.

Food for Thought

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Reviewed: 2020-09-12

This was surprisingly well written and provided much to think about. I'm reminded that democracy like a good marriage is worth fighting for.