P. Griffiths

Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (22 of 27)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 694,984 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 27
Cruel Hoax: Feminism & the New World Order: Femini&hellip by Henry Makow
I found this book disjointed. It is a collection of articles grouped together in three sections. Sometimes the articles feel more like rants than scholarly discussions. I would not recommend it to give to somebody who is a feminist to help them understand the roots and effects of their movement because their isn't a cumulative and well constructed argument found. Also many of the points made can be found in articles by the author published online.

What the book is useful for is compiling the authors research on this vital topic and having all his references in one place for further study. The book is heavily referenced, there are many useful references to scientific studies and… Read more
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read, 3 Jan 2012
Very few books contain world changing information. If the world leaders and top journalists read this book and took it's message to heart many people's eyes could be opened. This man went on a journey that most people I know would say is impossible, that a Palestinian could love Israeli people and even help them and and change. Many Christians and well meaning individuals believe that Palestinians suffer merely because of Israel. This book shows that their own political and religious leaders are the ones are also very much to blame.

The book is fast paced, it's filled with nail-biting stories of narrow escapes from death. It reveals inside information from inside Israeli prisons,… Read more
The Confessor by Daniel Silva
The Confessor by Daniel Silva
I rarely write reviews but I loved this book. It was the first Daniel Silva novel I have read. I have since read two more and they have both been very good. The Confessor is fast paced. The main character, Gabriel Allon, is deep and brooding and full of surprises. The suspense as agents working for powerful organisations try to outwit each other is electric. What brought the book alive was that it is rooted in history and you felt that you were discovering secrets that someone has tried to hide from you. You discover them as the Allon gets to the bottom of the mystery of a murder of professor who looking into the holocaust and those behind it.

This book is the second in a series… Read more