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This review is from: Saudi Arabia Exposed: Inside a Kingdom in Crisis (UPDATED) (Paperback)
Well written, easily accessible and meaty. Bradley not only writes this from his desk research but mingles with the ordinary people, speaks to them and asks probing questions when analysing the state of present Saudi Arabia. He has excellent grasp of the powers revolving in the various regions of Saudi Arabia and brings the various social elements together to highlight the tension between the Wahabis and the Al-Saud royal household and the consequences on the general population and its implication on the region. Readers must cope with multitude names of Prince(s), Mohammad(s) and other Arabic names, but manageable to get a grip of the story. Easy read, not deep intellectual stuff.