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Michael Hastings was an incredibly talented and courageous reporter. The book is well-written, but now terribly sad because 1) He died so young and tragically 2) All of the death... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rachel
good writing, sad story.
a inside look at what goes on during occupational wars.
I remember seeing Michael Hastings interviewed in the last few years before his death. He was brilliant and angry. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Deannanel
what a loss that Michael Hastings is not here to write more booksPublished 12 months ago by barbara mcevoy
Extremely well written. I think what makes this story so beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time is that Michael and Andi were both pursuing their dreams and professional... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Darla A. Ketelhut
Michael Hastings was a very good journalist/writer. i admired him and miss himPublished 13 months ago by Esti Marpet
Sad story. What a great guy. I hate that the author is dead now. I want to hear a book with more info about his mysterious death... and who is responsible. RIP Michael.Published 13 months ago by Donna Shaver
I definitely enjoyed this book - I have read all of Michael Hasting BooksPublished 15 months ago by Valentina Little