Top positive review
Simple Yet Profound
31 August 2018
I was hesitant about reading this book because I thought that Comey was profiting from events. It was what he wrote in the “Author’s Note”, stating his reasons simply that compelled me to read the book.
If anyone thinks that this is a Trump-bashing book, it is not. It is an autobiography that is simple to read and yet so absorbing due to the lessons that Comey has learnt in his lifetime, from his childhood to the day he was fired from his position as FBI Director. You do not need to have an interest in politics or current events to understand or enjoy this book.
It is that very simplicity that led to the book having such a profound impact on me as an individual. Comey‘ s driving force is ethics, integrity and simply doing the right thing, and, how anyone no matter how smart, can always learn to be a better person through honesty and humility. More importantly, leaders should lead ethically and with integrity. We need more leaders in every aspect of society like that.
It has been many years since I read a book in one sitting: 19 hours straight (almost). I couldn’t put it down. I am glad it was a Friday.
I highly recommend it if you require your disappearing faith in humanity to be restored slightly.
Thank you Mr Comey.