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I actually read this book and read all the comments.
One at least has the honesty to say he never read the book, though for the life of me I cannot understand why his review of the book is even included here.
Joseph Lelyveld has written an outstanding biography titled, Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India.
Rajmohan Gandhi has written perfect review for this work:
Even those who have read the book should go over it. Read more
Written by someone that does not understand Gandhi. Avoid this book. Waste of time and misleading. Read "the story of my experiments with truth" instead.Published 10 months ago by RocketSingh
First of all, I have read 1000s of pages on Gandhi from a wide range of sources. And I have tried many many times to slog thru this recent 'contribution' to Gandhi literature and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nefesh Achas
As other reviewers have pointed out, this is a poorly organized book, and you have to know a lot about Gandhi to get much out of it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by toronto
The facts about Gandhi's life are really no mystery to those that need to know. Gandhi was and remains an enigma. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Waqar H. Rizvi
A more apt title for this book: Hating on Gandhi: One Man's Quest to Reverse Every Nice Thought You've Ever Had about the Mahatma. Read morePublished 17 months ago by BT Invictus
Saint or very shrewd political manipulator?
A carefully researched book, of value to historians and especially of interest to South Africans
When you hear the name Mahatma Gandhi you think of the peace activist and pacifist. I did not know he spent another life time in South Africa which shaped his world view. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dr. Wilson Trivino
If you're already grounded in the narrative chronology of Gandhi's life, this is an excellent book to read second to get a critical analysis of particular episodes.Published 18 months ago by Samuel Diener