—Richard Ben Cramer, author of What it Takes and DiMaggio
—Barrett Brown, Vanity Fair
—Frank Rich, New York Times
—Bob Drogin, Los Angeles Times
—Matt Gallagher, Newsweek/Daily Beast
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This book explains the Quagmire we are in in the war in Afghanistan.
This book got general McChrystal fired, and possibly set in motion the Petraeus sex thing that got him canned from the CIA.
The part of the book most compelling and interesting is the embedded narrative where Hastings story IS the story.
An excellent, if fairly limited view, of the war in Afghanistan. Hastings was a good writer but this book is a bit limited by his rather short encounter with subjects of the book. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Robert Deters
The journalist who took down General (Ret.) Stanley A. McChrystal in his Rolling Stone piece "The Runaway General" finally tells his side of the story and his impressions... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Lloyd Chen
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/04/18/stanley-mcchrystal-rolling-stone-investigation_n_850660. Read more
I would not have bought this book, if I knew the author was the slimeball that cost McCrystal his job. This book was falsely presented to me. I want a full refund.Published 2 months ago by George Bennitt
My brother just got back... there's more to this story.... You know what there doing with the
equipment worth millions of dollars... Read more
The last chapter is called "Joe Biden is Right."
I can't understand how someone could write an anti-war book and then cite someone who has voted for every war he... Read more