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Albert J. Malki

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uninteresting book

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2 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 30-09-2019

I gave up after the third paragraph....it did not tell me anything I didn't already know...

A great book

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Reviewed: 30-09-2019

Truly enjoyed listening to this book. There were interesting revelations and the author must have done a lot of research to gather all the information.

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uninteresting book

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Reviewed: 30-09-2019

I tried several chapters hoping to find something interesting but I gave up after the 4th chapter. I was very disappointed that Audible did not allow me to return the book. They simply mentioned "not eligible for return", yet they took my membership money. This is reducing Audible attractiveness and my goodwill willingness to subscribe.

A great book

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 30-09-2019

I enjoyed this book as it really shows every fateful turning point of history during or before WW2

A great book

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Reviewed: 11-03-2019

This was a great and very interesting book to read. Madeleine had an amazing family history and I found the book very easy to read and appreciate.

uninteresting book

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Reviewed: 11-03-2019

I tried to persevere even though I found the content quite monotonous, at the 4th chapter I gave up

An interesting book on Israel's survival

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Reviewed: 28-01-2019

I was interested to hear the success stories of targeted assassinations as well as the failures of Israel's secret services. After many assassinations were carried out I could see how futile it is to kill an adversary in this manner. The Palestinian counter attacks are always coming back to hit Israel's population. It eventually became a vicious circle and it no longer matter who started first the hostilities. I blame the politicians on both sides that have not tried genuinely enough to find a negotiated solution. This situation is not sustainable for both Israel and the Palestinians. I was glad to note that Ronen Bergman concluded his book with substantially the same notes.