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The author uses anecdotes to tell his story. Well written and never boring. Puts into context the Mideast conflicts.Published 13 days ago by Michael J. Gray
This a great book as a follow on to The Kingdom: Arabia & The House of Sa'ud, which is a hard find. I enjoyed the book!Published 3 months ago by Steve H.
Lacey has produced a very interesting history of Saudi Arabia (and by extend the House of Saud) from circa 1979 to 2009. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Danny Klepac
This is a well written and thorough history of the Saudi kingdom and the royal family. The reader gets a full picture of Saudi domestic politics as well as the personalities of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gary Payson
Easy to read. Keeps your interest. Explains reasons for many world events. Would recommend to anyone who wishes to understand the Middle East.Published 6 months ago by Alessandra A Navetta
As someone who lives in KSA, it was an accurate depiction of stories I had heard and a nice history.Published 8 months ago by Odacul
I have been living in Saudi Arabia for a year now and I purchased this book to try and gain a better understanding of the people and the country. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dan Wood
well written and relies on personal experiences of the author ..it deals with all aspects of the saudi society and politics without fairly objective perspective and not... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Issa Abdel sattar
Great read but lacks the scholarly touch to it. Some people prefer books that emphasize a humanists touch but I think for the Middle East in particular we need books on that most... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Adel H