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The King Whisperers by Kerwin Swint
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Apr 04, 2011

really liked it

I wasn't sure what to expect of Swint's book when I first started reading it. I'm not much of a fan of politics or history unless it is in the form of ficticious intrigue, gripping the reader and taking them to and fro. I must say, I was pleasantly surprised by what I found.

The author paints amazing pictures of the past (and present in come cases), allowing the reader to get a true feel for the "Whisperer" being described. The text was definitely informative and will teach the reader a great deal about political powers throughout the centuries. I was very glad to discover that Swint had a lighter note/style to his writing, keeping the reader interested as well as informed.

I believe that if I found it as well written and interesting as I did, I can only imagine that someone with a true interest in history and/or politics will find it extremely enlightening.

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