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I am almost finished with the book. I wanted to contact him directly, but found it difficult.
I love the book. It is written very well. Read more
I am struggling to finish reading this overly long book. The research seems solid, the writing at least adequate, and I have yet to reach the conclusions part of the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Roderick T. Leupp
An objective, informative, and very interesting story. From the first day of his announcement to run for President, Barack Obama was criticized, scrutinized, and there was no let... Read morePublished 14 months ago by sharon waltz
Reading the behind the scene stories of BO is fascinating. BO is, like us his age, a bridge to our future. A strong, reliable, transformational bridge for us and next generations.Published 18 months ago by Solomon Melesse
The author went to Kenya to interview Barack Obama's kin and people who knew his father. It is very well-researched but I can only recommend it for those interested in Obama on a... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dave Shapiro
This book was written by a Pulizer prize winning author who is decidedly an Obama supporter.
He believes that all of us opposed to Obama are racists, rather than folks... Read more
...like Barack Obama is impossible once he became President. A look at the forces that shaped him and made him aspire to the presidency, this is a partial portrait of a person... Read morePublished on June 22, 2014 by Aviott John