Fire and Fury Hardcover – 5 Jan 2018
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Michael Wolff has written a book to shake America to its foundations (Guardian)
It is ferociously well-written and pitilessly focused - and it is destined to become the primary account of the first nine months of the Trump presidency (Evening Standard)
[A] brilliant book . . . that promises to do for the Trump presidency what Andrew Morton's 1992 biography of Princess Diana did for the Royal Family (Dominic Midgley Daily Express)
It's difficult to recall the last time any publication has had as big an impact on the news cycle as Fire and Fury, journalist Michael Wolff account of a year inside the Trump White House. It is horrifying, hilarious and hugely readable (Tim Walker Independent i)
[A] devastating expose of the Trump White House . . . it brings it all together in one riveting narrative, with the truth coming directly sourced from the president's own mortified advisers. The emperor's clothes were falling down but now they have vanished (Andrew Sullivan Sunday Times)
An unforgettable revelation of the monstrous oddity that is Trump. No one has so vividly captured this "enigma, cipher, disruptor", who didn't want to be president and was horrified to find himself landed with the job. Whatever may become of Trump, this is a book that will endure as a picture of one of the defining figures of our age (John Gray New Statesman)
Scathing, hilarious, terrifying and (in an odd way) comforting (Joyce Carol Oates)
The wildest of wild rides, this remains the quintessential book on the Trump presidency. It is hugely enjoyable (The Times)
With extraordinary access to the Trump White House, Michael Wolff tells the inside story of the most controversial presidency of our timeSee all Product description
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Paradoxically, Steve Bannon however comes out of this book as on occasion the voice of reason and restraint. Scary stuff.
His instinctive and emotional response to situations often matched those of the casual observer who possibly assumed that behind this there was some additional intelligence that would make it work.
The resulting presidency, according to this account, is somewhat different to the assumptions of those who voted for him.
The account is well written and insightful. There were many people involved both in the Trump election and administration, however many of the names were new to me so at times I got muddled about who was who, but that is my weakness and not the fault of the author.
I feel, in the end, that I know Trump better. He might achieve some things but I will watch this presidency from afar and with interest.
I would have given 5 stars had it not been for two issues, very poor editing onto kindle and the presumption of the author that everybody reading will know who the minor players are.