Excellent. Well researched and written. Parts of it are, surprisingly, funny.
Not sure about the title - more frustration than fear. That is, the staff don’t seem to be afraid of him as such, more bewildered at having to deal with him.
A few key situations keep coming up: Afghanistan, Korea, immigration and trade. The discussions on trade were the most interesting as I’ve always wondered how such idiotic economic decisions were being made - the book unequivocally clears this up. Gary Cohn and Rob Porter come across as the main heroes (wise to Trump and, with mixed results, doing everything to try to keep him on track).
This is a good read about an important subject, that being the "Leader of the Free World" — though I suspect that that title may be the fake news now. The White House staff may well be right to fear the consequences of President Trump's chaotic mindset and narcissistic personality even if only half of what is written is true.
I found that I could only read a chapter at a time as the constant face:desk was just too painful.
I had grave doubts about the competency of a President who announces national and international policy via Twitter. Who uses Twitter like a troll when someone dares to question his validity and understanding of important issues. Having read this book I'm in no doubt any more. God help America and God save us all.