“Wells tells both sides of the story in his trademark style — bright, breezy, accessible, irreverent and insightful.”
— Montreal Gazette
“This is a most readable book by one of the country’s most original journalists.”
— Globe and Mail
“A feast for the politically inclined.”
— London Free Press
“Wells is lucid, funny, revealing, opinionated and sometimes wickedly snarky.”
— National Post
Born in Sarnia, Paul Wells has worked for the Montreal Gazette, and as a columnist for the National Post. He is now Maclean’s chief Ottawa correspondent, and a frequent panelist and speaker.
From the Hardcover edition.
I haven't completed the book as of yet, but I am really getting a clear picture on how the Conservatives came into power (much deservingly so)and some insight into the other... Read morePublished on April 25 2009 by Pearl Roy
I thought this was a great read. For those of you who want to share in a direct observers notes of the past few years of transition you will appreciate the insight. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2006 by Quebec reader
Mr. Wells seems long on wind, short on substance... He seems to take a personal dislike for conservatives and wraps former Prime Minister Martin into it - - if I wanted to read... Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2006 by Charles Ng