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Reviewed in Australia on 29 January 2018
The story this book tells is powerful and compelling. In that it achieves its aim of telling the world about Sergei Magnitsky and Putin’s Russia. But as a book it does little more than recount a chronological series of events from one man’s point of view, shedding little light on any character besides the writer. For that reason I became bored and irritated by the relentless voice of Mr Browder.
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