J. Beauchesne

"Elvis vivant"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 56% (5 of 9)
Location: Montreal, QC (Canada)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 34,634 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 9
La vie cachée de Fidel Castro: Les révélations exp&hellip by Juan Reinaldo Sanchez
Ce livre regroupe plusieurs révélations dont on se doutait déjà de l'existence alors que d'autres nous permettent de voir certains évènements connu de l'Histoire depuis l'intérieur. Une œuvre fort intéressante, rédigée de telle sorte que nous avons l'impression d'être sur place avec l'auteur.
The Real North Korea: Life and Politics in the Fai&hellip by Andrei Lankov
The first two thirds of the book are really interesting, describing how the North Korea has been built since the Korean war. The last third, however, is mainly written so the author expresses his view of the future of North Korea, based on his experience on the field. It's worth to read, but this last third should have been shortened a bit given it's only based on assumptions.
The End of Growth by Jeff Rubin
The End of Growth by Jeff Rubin
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
If you have an interest in energy, finance, geopolitics and you followed the news in the last 5 years, I would say that you already know about 85 % of the content of the book. What is more appealing in this book is that all facts and events are united to give an overview of the actual situation (with a possible overcome for the future).

Overall, it's worth the reading and gives perspective to a complex matter.