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The length of the book (over 800 pages) is welcome once the first pages are read.
That is why this terrible book is also a book of hope For it is about the struggle of the human soul--of more than one human soul.
This book not only tells a riveting story, it does so with a poetic, melancholy beauty reminiscent of a great Russian novelist.
One of the finest books I've ever read. The story is great and he is a great writer.Published 8 days ago by Larry J. Callander
A wonderful political and spiritual autobiography. The last 300 pages zoom by as one reads the transcripts from the questions asked both Chambers and Alger Hiss by the House... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Yogaal
Very interesting. As important today, if not more so, than when written.Published 27 days ago by Fred
Timely delivery. This is a great audiobook for anyone serious about learning what communism is and its contrast with Judeo Christian values from someone who was in the communist... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Douglas W. Adams
I first read about this book referenced in Ann Coulter's book 'Treason' (her best one in my opinion). It made me buy it to understand the background of American Leftist politics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris
I found it most illuminating both in understanding the events of the mid-twentieth century, the New Deal, and the Democratic Party's unrequited love for socialism and communism,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It doesn't leave you. Shocking and humbling. It's also the part of the Cold War which is constantly being skipped and ignored nowadays. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Turlock Kid
I really enjoyed reading about Whittaker Chambers in several books Nixon wrote. And I've heard many people rave about this book. I don't shy away from lengthy books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer