Well written, engaging. Didactic. He explains difficult things very clearly, he is articulate. His story of his childhood and early youth is terrific.Published 13 months ago by Magpie
This book provides a great insight into the thinking behind wikileaks and how his surroundings growing up affected them. Once you start you can't put it downPublished 13 months ago by Kelly
All good authors need a good editor, and its a shame that Assange was not allowed one. Its a good read from one of the people who is struggling to change our world.Published 17 months ago by Paul Simpson
Contract or no contract, you guys have no right to publish what he did not want published. He can always pay you back the money he owes you - but once this was published, you could... Read morePublished 20 months ago by kasmei
When it comes to studying history, the problem is not so much that the true stories are not available - rather that they are generally only available to researchers and serious... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alan Scott
I very much enjoyed reading this book and have no doubt in my mind that Julian has put his own life in jeopardy in order to expose the lies and corruption that all the world's... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Mags
I loved this book and found Julian Assange's account of his childhood extremely interesting.
He is different. His attitude to life is different. Read more