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    A must read book. deserves 5 Stars

    I bought the book just this morning. If any one has any doubt as to the integrity of Comey, please read chapter 7 "Confirmation Bias". People will probably purchase this book to read about his conflict with president Trum. However, I think this chapter which deals with torture and his interactions with the leaders of the time reveals a very dark image of who our leaders are and how weak subordinates can be influenced by them. It is hurtful to know about it, but it is a must if we want to be human being. It takes a man of great character to resign his post, even in dear financial times, on a matter of principles. Mr. Comey is a great man. America has lost a man of very high moral values.
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    Comey Is An Open Book

    Forget the blathering of the pundits on both sides of the aisle. Though Comey is (naturally) a little bitter about being so ignominiously fired and therefore wastes a paragraph or two politely pointing out physical faults we already knew about Trump, this isn’t a score-settling piece. He is genuinely trying to figure out what kept him in low-paying public service jobs (to this difficult end) throughout his life. He was a conflicted kid—easy to identify with, not a princeling for all his height. He moved from success to success because he practices what he believes. Not vainglorious, he mixes what he admires most in a leader: confidence and humility. In this chatty read, he bares himself and shows us a very likeable man.
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    Insightful.

    Very interesting. I enjoyed hearing it by the author himself. I was Leary of him with the timing of his reopening the Hillary issue 11 days before the election, which I believe led to her loss. However, after hearing more about him and his ethics....I like him very much and very sorry he is not the head of the FBI
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    Excellent

    Excellent, well written, nice to finally read the truth Inspiring, enjoyed it very much, the wait was worth it.
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    A higher loyalty

    Great read. Written with a conscience. Stupid people can ruin a great country and the head of the present administration is proof of that on a daily basis.
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