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Kurt Andersen is the author of the novels Heyday and Turn of the Century, among other books. He writes for television, film, and the stage, contributes to Vanity Fair, and hosts the public radio program Studio 360. He has previously been a columnist for New York, The New Yorker, and Time, editor in chief of New York, and co-founder of Spy. He lives in Brooklyn.
My experience reading True Believers was slightly mixed but ultimately very favorable. There were times when I found it a little plodding, but always, always, there was the sense... Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Charles - Music Lover
Rings true about an era I lived through - but not with the same melodrama. Amazing how well Andersen
wires in the voice of a complex woman.
I thought the book was poorly written and I could not identify with the main characters, who decided to kill Pres. Johnson because we were involved in the Vietnam war. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carla LaPointe
Takes a done to death premise and truly brings it back to life. Great characters, good story development. Loved every line of this book.Published 7 months ago by Vincent Cameron
Exciting story in past and present in a different voice made this a refreshing and captivating read. The political and legal references gave it even more substance.Published 8 months ago by bernhot