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One of the truly reporters of truth. He will not be forgotten....he will live as The Prince of Enlightment for all time.Published 15 days ago by Francis X. Carroll
A very good review of politics in Washington over the course of Novak's life as a reporter / journalist. Very well written, of course. I strongly recommend it.Published 11 months ago by Vincent J.
I don't know if there is a more honest accounting of a life in print. Frank and unrelenting in its telling. Names are named, and political hacks are called out for what they are. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eddie Burke
There was much more to Bob Novak than liberals want anyone to know. This book tells a-l-l. Read it now, today..Published 16 months ago by dummy
I wanted to know what made this man tick. I always liked him, & was agitated how his panel treated him when he was on T.V. It was an eye opener & will re-read this one alsoPublished 18 months ago by ROEcy@aol.com Dick & Dolly
Novak was a journalist first, always looking for a scoop. He had moderate Republican roots and admits to always preferring to hang out with middle-of-the-road R’s. Read morePublished 18 months ago by El Gringo
I was never a big fan of Novak's political beliefs when I would watch him on CNN, but I did like his in-depth political knowledge so I thought I would take a look at his book. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by Amazon Customer