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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.
I was regularly daunted by the length of this book, just looking at it I assumed that it was burdensome, tiresome, arduous. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Benjamin Wetmore
A book crucial to the understanding of the actual influence of the Communists on the American government. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Maven
At first the 799 pages look daunting but once you get started it's hard to put this book down. Very personal about Chamber's life. Read morePublished 26 days ago by John L. Novak
Part way through this and finding it extremely interesting.Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Eye-opening and moving. Very well-written and a great detailed view of a great American's return to faith and courage.Published 1 month ago by Carissa Barlow
Whitaker Chambers was an amazing writer who was best known for testifying against Alger Hiss in the famous perjury trial wherein Hiss was prosecuted and convicted for lying about... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Capr
i really enjoyed this book. Gives a first hand account and is so well written compared to the pulp published today.Published 2 months ago by robertolini