2.0 out of 5 stars
Clarity lacking, 16 Mar 2010
This is certainly a well researched book but one of the true merits of a good journalist is clarity in his or her writing. I find this book does not have sufficient clarity and the reader tends to get lost in the detail which in certain sections produces a vague picture of one of the leading giants of the 20th Century who has done much to change the media.
Nevertheless this is a worthwhile read, particularly when it deals with Rupert Murdoch's family background.