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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 2 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 2 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 7 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 9 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 9 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 16 months ago by J. Hojnacki
I decided to read this book based on an opinion expressed in a podcast. The opinion was to the effect that Darkness was on a par with Whittaker Chambers's Witness. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ken
Mr. Novak's memoir is a perfect primer for anyone seeking an overview of national politics since the Eisenhower years. Read morePublished 20 months ago by George D. Putnam
This is not that good of a book. I got the feeling the Novak, the uber-insider Washington, DC journalist for 40 years was still holding back a lot secrets that he knows. Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by Robert P. Morrow