Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A new collection of essays from Hitchens (Hitch-22: A Memoir, 2010, etc.), his first since 2004.Whether on the invasion of Iraq or the merits of Vladimir Nabokov's fiction, master controversialist Hitchens has an informed opinion. Here he gathers a hefty helping of work over the last few years, published in venues such as the Atlantic and Vanity Fair. Sometimes his pieces concern passing matters ... Read full review

Review: Arguably: Essays

Editorial Review - - Stephen Hubbard

One thing can be said for Christopher Hitchens: He will never cease to be a polarizing figure. People admire him or loathe him, but by contrast to the endless stream of politicians who blather incessantly on the television, or the news media that pervades every aspect of life, or even the actors who plead with you to take up some cause or effort they support, very few of them approach the level of ... Read full review

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User Review  - lincolnpan - LibraryThing

This is a book you are supposed to like and Christopher Hitchens is an author you are supposed to be provoked and inspired by. But the essays here were so hit or miss - the section on the middle east ... Read full review

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