What is not to love about this book? Kissinger is a one off. Indyk was deeply engaged in the Kissinger world. Several decades have elapsed to give time for reflection. I loved the personal and the personnel details that wash through the telling. The frustrating fluid complexity kept me engaged throughout. Of the many surprises Gerald Ford was the main one. I had some how reduced his his whole bio to "Pardoned Nixon". I am thankful to Indyk for his focus on just the Middle East. I loved it. I thought the narrator was delightful. He has mastered the art of a quiet verbal raised eyebrow at appropriate moments.
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