"Love Tony Blair or hate him, his own reading... is extremely compelling. The abridgement...omits many of the careless cruelties crowed over by reviewers of the book, and interestingly, Gordon Brown comes out of it remarkably well." (Christina Hardyment The Times)
"...he rolls out a formidable account of the exercise of power, more revealing of the leader than the man'" (The Telegraph)
A "Financial Times" Best Book
Shortlisted for the Galaxy National Book Awards - Tesco Biography of the Year
"You cannot help but commiserate, for this is a man (unlike some other world leaders) who has clearly grappled with his conscience. . . . Engaging."
"--The Globe and Mail"
"I cannot recall a previous memoir by a head of state that is intellectually and emotionally engaging on so many pages."
"--The Christian Science Monitor"
"Engrossing. . . . Blair writes honestly and openly. . . . It is breezy, informal and candid enough to keep the reader thoroughly engaged. . . . Blair is admirably frank and tough-minded."
"--The New York Times Book Review"
"A hugely entertaining read.... All very Blair, all very British."
--"The Wall Street Journal"
"A Journey is first and foremost a political biography, and... Feelings, authenticity and emotional intelligence are qualities thatt