May 23, 10
everybody, but especially Bush, Cheney, Obama, Biden, Gates & everybody at the Pentagon right now
Read in October, 2009
A sad book, but very powerful. An astounding piece of journalism that reads like the finest fiction. Everybody, but especially those people who make decisions about the war - any war - should read it.
I would also like to recommend it to all the students who were in my interactive design class, or were taking classes in my program between the spring of 2007 and the spring of 2008. Why? Here's the answer
. (It's my extensive review of the book, but I feel this isn't the right place for it.)