Ahmed ELsayed ELsayed itibaren Whitecross, Co. Meath, İrlanda
I really love the format of this book - perfect for my attention span and what I'm looking for in this type of book - a strategic analysis of specific campaigns, but written in a way that isn't pretentious. I especially liked the essay on how 15 Scottish anarchists toppled the Thatcher government through their anti-Poll Tax campaign. I liked the quote from one of the organizers about about how he spent half his time fighting off the ISO and the other half fighting off the Right.
I liked this fourth book in the series so much better than the third. Lady Julia and Brisbane are finishing up their honeymoon and are sidetracked to India by Lady Julia's sister Portia and brother Plum. Naturally they go in order to solve a mystery involving Portia's friend and the death of her husband. There were many twists and turns and all the characters were possible suspects. It was also fun, if occasionally annoying, to eavesdrop on Lady Julia and Brisbane as they work out the compromises of marriage. My only complaint - completely unnecessary death in the last chapters. Completely.