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The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin
It was interesting. I skimmed about half of it because 1) It wasn't talking about Putin, rather history surrounding things he could have ordered to be done. 2) Writing a book about a man that was able to control what the world's knows about him and his KGB ways, makes for an mediocre book. 3) Russian names always throw me off, pictures of said people would have helped one greatly. Overall, only read if you have a crush on Putin, then only realized it is the greatest media experiment of all time - keeping a man unknown while being known.
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