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35 review for Summary of The Room Where It Happened by John Bolton : A White House Memoir

  1. 5 out of 5

    Max Fischer

    Buyer beware. While this book references Bolton throughout, it is an unabashed piece of political commentary/analysis in its own right. There are positives and negatives. Let me start with the props. It's well written without the need for additional editing. Much of the book focuses on the hubris inherent in American foreign policy of the past three to four decades. The author(s) spare neither party in alotting blame to perceived miscues in dealing with China, Russia, the Middle East, North Korea Buyer beware. While this book references Bolton throughout, it is an unabashed piece of political commentary/analysis in its own right. There are positives and negatives. Let me start with the props. It's well written without the need for additional editing. Much of the book focuses on the hubris inherent in American foreign policy of the past three to four decades. The author(s) spare neither party in alotting blame to perceived miscues in dealing with China, Russia, the Middle East, North Korea and Venezuela. Speaking of the author(s), first on my list of cons---who takes responsibility for these ideas. Genius Reads???? The seven chapters give the feel of a literary version of "starving artists" paintings---assembly line writing, each chapter written by a different writer. The first chapter takes a leftist view while others present more conservative and or moderate views. As far as being a "summary" Bolton's book, one chapter (about the wacky idea to bring the Taliban to Camp David) doesn't even address its titled topic and dribbles into oblivion within about four pages. Finally, I resent being solicited to buy certain products from the publisher via pleas after intermittent chapters. This book plays off of the hoopla surrounding the release of Bolton's book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gregory Sharrow

    Eye opening into political intrigue I voted for the President but I respect John Bolton and his observed reaction to his experiences. The summary made it easy.

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