Long awaited but coming up to expectations. Though packed full of detail as it necessarily had to be, it's still easy to turn the pages particularly the last 100 of them - an exciting account of her role in the Falklands War. As every great biography should be this is a sympathetic but not hagiographical treatment of the subject. A judicious balance is kept and the issues and the characters are never simplified to help the story but distort the History. So this will be a good treasure trove for historians while making engrossing reading for the general reader who will be impatient to devour Volume 2.
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