Suskind's book shows readers what he calls 'the invisible battlefield' - a global matrix where US spies race to catch soldiers of jihad before they strike. It also reveals the shocking philosophy underpinning the War on Terror. This book reframes the debate about a war that redefines the West and its place in the world.
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Ron Suskind was the WALL STREET JOURNAL's senior national affairs reporter from 1993 to 2000, and won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing while working there. He is the author of several acclaimed books and lives in Washington DC with his wife and two sons.From AudioFile:
A word that quickly comes to mind, shortly into this audiobook, is "elegant." Suskind's writing lends itself to this format because he so skillfully turns a phrase. And Edward Herrmann is a perfect reader for this book, lilting over Suskind's snappy but sometimes complex prose yet remaining calm throughout this most dead-serious of subject matter. Suskind did a first-rate reporting job here. The reader is whisked into the secret inner workings of the war on terror, with revelations at every turn. A fascinating listen, also deeply disturbing, written and read by men worthy of the task. One minor disappointment: no audio extras; this would have been an excellent forum for an author interview. T.F. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Descripción Simon & Schuster, 2006. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110743295684