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"What is most fascinating about this incredibly well written autobiography is to see how Malcolm X changed in his opinions and his actions over time. The book offers incredible insight into a controversial figure."
"The Last Lion was intended to be a three part book about Winston Churchill's life, however, the author became sick and did not finish the last book. The first two volumes are an incredible biography. These books are long, so for most people I recommend reading the introduction, which is about 50 pages. It is one of the best things I have ever read."
"Before Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of the United States he survived being a sickly child, attended Harvard, traveled the world, ran for state office, became Police Commissioner of NYC, fought in the Spanish American War and became Governor of NY State. The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt is the story of how Roosevelt became President Roosevelt."
"This book is about Frank Serpico and his fight against corruption in the NYC police department in the 60's and 70's. Serpico was an honest cop and exhibited extraordinary bravery to go against his fellow officers."