An important book, the same way Mein Kampf or Mao's Red Book are important...grippingly vivid.--Arnold Beichman "The Washington Times "
Molotov Remembers is an important historical document which cannot be ignored by anyone who wishes to understand the mental climate of the Soviet regime.--Robert V. Daniels "The Russian Review "
Offers real insight into top level Stalinist politics...--The New York Times
Of the spate of memoirs published, the most valuable may be Molotov's...should be published in every language.--David Remnick, author of Lenin's Tomb
Molotov Remembers is a major contribution to the study of Soviet history, and it makes spellbinding reading to boot.... [T]his book certainly deserves the widest possible readership.--Gazelle
[This book] is an invaluable document.... Molotov's rigid doctrinaire approach, which allows the reader to get to know him as he really was, is the main attraction of the book.--Slavic Review
What is effectively conveyed by the conversations, however, is something generally more elusive and less palpable, namely, the world view of Molotov and, though Molotov's example, the categories and structures of Bolshevik thought in its Stalinist variant.--Political Science Quarterly
[The book] offers real insight into top-level Stalinist politics.--New York Times
A book worth reading to understand the inside struggle in erstwhile USSR.--U.S.I. Journal: India's Oldest Journal Of Defense Affairs