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Siege

Siege

With Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff defined the first phase of the Trump administration; now, in Siege, he has written an equally essential and explosive book about a presidency that is under fire from almost every side. A stunningly fresh narrative that begins just as Trump’s second year as president is getting underway and ends with the delivery of the Mueller report, Siege reveals an administration that is perpetually beleaguered by investigations and a president who is increasingly volatile, erratic and exposed.
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Genre: Society & Social Sciences / Politics & Government

On Sale: 4th June 2019

Price: £14.99

ISBN-13: 9781408711644

Reviews

Michael Wolff is back and not with a whimper. The latest instalment of his Trump chronicles picks up where Fire and Fury ended
Lloyd Green, Guardian
This book confirms that Trump should never have been allowed to hold power in the first place
Max Liu, The i
Michael Wolff's new book, Siege, is a deliciously catty look inside the White House, full of wicked anecdotes and gossipy gold. It's like sitting in a hairdresser's listening to a fabulously indiscreet conversation beside you. It's The Kardashians: White House edition
Harriet Alexander, Telegraph
A mordant, readable tell-all designed to show how Trump, simply by being Trump, has made himself the perfect wrecking ball, blasting holes through an array of institutions
Jennifer Szalai, New York Times
Bannon's frequently shrewd observations make it clear why Wolff finds him irresistible. The author is mostly interested in Trump's psychology. He is adept at documenting the president's lunacy, and Bannon is frequently an able fellow shrink
Washington Post
Once again, the dirt is abundant. Donald Trump insults everyone in his orbit, repeatedly, viciously, and - always privately - they return the favor ... Siege is overflowing with such titillating material, which is sure to make it another tour de force for the Trump resistance
Vanity Fair
Utterly gripping
GQ
Rich in psychological insights
Peter Conrad, Observer
Michael Wolff has unearthed a mass of damning material about Donald Trump . . . Siege is filled with delicious gossip
Sarah Baxter, Sunday Times
Readers are rewarded with more eye-popping examples with more eye-popping examples of [Trump's] crudeness and vulgarity
Daily Mail
Hilarious and frightening, and often reads like a Hollywood gossip column
Financial Times
In Fire and Fury Michael Wolff wrote an extraordinarily gossipy account of President Trump's first year in the White House. Siege covers year two of presidential dysfunction and it's just as alarming, weird, toe-curling and funny
Books of the Year, The Times