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Top Customer Reviews
He was the mayor of a town in the north of the Netherlands where a party organized via the internet spun completely out of control. Well, stuff happens and this too would pass. However, "Dr" Rehwinkel went on to make statements left and right putting himself and his town in an untenable position and he was eventually forced to leave office. Then there was some more scandal about an alleged function he was taking up in Spain which did not exist, questionable use of funds, etc.
Then all became silent, which was in his case indeed the best he could do.
Now it turns out though, that he spent his time writing this book. Not only is him writing this book ironic, it also is a kind of an oxymoron. If he would know about crisis management he obviously would have staid out of the limelight and not publish this book, certainly not at this time.
After that he assigned himself a position to a non-existent function in Spain.
These are most likely his most recent experiences with Disaster and Crisis Management.
Apart from this, the people that gave the high ratings for this book so far are all befriended people.
A waste of money is what I would call this.
I suggest he finds himself a translator (obviously he's got money pouring in from all sides) to translate it into an exotic language for an off shore market somewhere in the hurricane prone pacific where people might still think of him as a man who knows what he's talking about.
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I thought i was gonna get something similar to harry potter :(