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Vanity Fair, May 2011
“Quotable Hitchens presents a cavalcade of Vanity Fair’s notorious provocateur-in-chief Christopher Hitchens’s finest flaming arrows, mud balls, and political grenades.”
Los Angeles Times, 7/7/11
“It makes for easy reading or perusing. Hitchens devotees will be most rewarded. But others, particularly curious types who haven’t paid Hitchens much attention, can treat the book as a tip sheet.”
Johannesburg Times, 7/18/11
“Look out for The Quotable Hitchens: From Alcohol to Zionism…which does what it says on the box.”
Windsor Mann has been an editor at the Washington Times and a researcher for several best-selling authors. He is a writer and lives in Washington, D.C.
As much as I enjoyed reading other works of Hitchens, (e.g. God is not Great, Portable Atheist) this book would not fall into those categories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jon D. Zern, DVM
He was a shooting star! I'm sorry he was lost in our atmosphere and that he's gone.Published 1 month ago by billstern
POSITIVE REVIEW: Must-have bathroom reader for Hitchens fans of all ages (preferably between the ages of 25 and 60). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Ricigliano
I had no idea he spoke on so many different topics.
What a bible (sorry Hitch) of great arguments. Admittedly I'm only about halfway but there are some really essential reads. Highly recommended!Published 4 months ago by P. Soren
Excellent. I used to yell at the tv when he was on early in his career. I guess we've booth seen the light (partially)Published 4 months ago by DAO