Top positive review
7 July 2017
I hadn't expected to enjoy Churchill's in his own words as much as I did.The 'voice' that comes over in this abridgement, is calm and authoritative, laying out the sequence of events (not necessarily always in sequence), that will encourage the reader to pursue further, points of interest arising from the text. Even more curious, are Churchill's relationships with Roosevelt (almost sycophantic) and Stalin (deeply worried), a revealing discourse over many summits, you want to believe to be accurately portrayed .( He also loved the odd 'jolly', visiting his troops and commanders wherever they might be, which I'm sure had a positive effect). Reads like a thriller, recommended.