Incredible Memoir of a one of greatest Whistleblower. What an excellent memoir by Snowden. This is my 3rd book I read in my entire life. Incredible Valor. Cannot imagine what he is going through for the sacrifices he made and yet the govt which he hoped will be held accountable still continue to do the things he exposed with impunity. Reading this book makes me think that Snowden was mostly let down by people not standing up for him. The book reveals how much he tried to raise this issue within the NSA and why he chose to go to Journalists atlast…
Transparency seekers As an expert in the information technology industry. If transparency is what your are seeking then this book is all you need. A full deep dive into the life of a normal person who has been branded as this villain. Why not find out directly from the person. Very well written and highly recommended
Warm, enthralling and ultimately questioning of us all This has been a riveting read. I fell straight into the “I’ll just read one more chapter, then I’ll get back to work…” trap.Obviously the initial pull to read the book is the NSA stuff, and the great chase which culminates in Snowden’s refuge in Russia. But the book is so much more than that. His recounting of his childhood, and the joys of dial-up modems and irritating siblings, is wonderful nostalgia but always laced with his discomfort and struggle with the social structures…
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