5.0 out of 5 stars The Accidental Anarchist,
December 10, 2010
This review is from: The Accidental Anarchist (Paperback)The Accidental Anarchist
"The Accidental Anarchist" reads like a house-a-fire, full of everything that makes a great book-truth, passion, wit, optimism as well as the absolutely incredible adventures of a most remarkable man. It feels like a classic already, a book to be read and reread and shared with others. Television should be looking to do a mini-series here-an eloquent and spellbinding testament of the power of faith in the Jewish people.
Richard and Esther Shapiro
Creators of "Dynasty"
And former senior vice president mini-series ABC (Esther)
A riveting read about one of the truly unique characters and stories of history,
This review is from: The Accidental Anarchist (Paperback)In a time between many wars and the falls of empires, "The Accidental Anarchist" tells the story of Jacob Marateck, an unusual rogue Jew who found himself leading Russian armies that hated him, into failed coups against the Czar, and taking long trips home. A story of the chaotic times of Eastern Europe in the early 1900s, "The Accidental Anarchist" is a riveting read about one of the truly unique characters and stories of history that is not often heard about.