I did not read the print version, however the audio was well worth the listen
I liked the portrayal of General Mc Chrystal. It is unfortunate that no matter how hard Hastings tries to gloss over his despicable betrayal of Mc Chrystal and his staff, he still comes off as a deceptive worm and makes it impossible for embedded reporters in the future to get honest answers. I'm sure Hastings is proud he got one of America's greatest generals and heroes fired. Obviously no deception is below his moral.
The narrative was excellent and well spoken.
"How to worm your way into someone's trust and then betray him"
Although the story was extremely informative, I do not believe the author's betrayal of McChrystal can be justified. Obviously Hastings is attempting to be another Woodward and Bernstein, and comes off more as a Keith Olbermann
I have already recommended this book to several friends. It is a view of American involvement in the middle east that we rarely see. According to the author's research and personal experiences with the bigwigs and the grunts, we are not only not winning hearts and minds, but we are actively furthering hostilities with our
The subject matter of this book is the most compelling. The writing occasionally seems like