The Most Dangerous Man in the World: The Explosive True Story of the Lies, Cover-Ups, and Conspiracies He Exposed Paperback – 2 Jan 2013
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[A]n in-depth look at Assange from his childhood to the current day with the anti-secrecy Wiki-Leaks "revolution."
It has all the ingredients for a big-screen tale of intrigue and conspiracy: the plucky underdog vying to buck the system, sexual complications and powerful government forces with secrets to hide. . . . the book details Assange's life from his childhood on Magnetic Island in Queensland, Australia, all the way through to his founding of the whistleblower website.
[B]y far the best book written about WikiLeaks. [I]nvestigative journalist Andrew Fowler's The Most Dangerous Man in the World . . . comes up with a number of exclusives.