Paperboy

Home

About the Book

About the Author

About the Editor

Calendar

Reviews and Commentary

Table of Contents

Excerpt

Interview

Wee cover

ORDER THE BOOK TODAY!

Home

REVIEWS AND COMMENTARY

Order the Book

Guestbook

Your Comments

Commentary
New York Times
Amazon
Baltimore Sun
NY Observer
Washington Times
Pre-pub Reviews

"In `Seasons of Her Life,´ Ann Blackman, a veteran reporter for Time, provides a revealing portrait of Albright. Blackman, who writes with economy and dispatch, has combed the archives and conducted almost 200 interviews with Albright´s friends and associates, including President Clinton. Her spadework has paid off .... She has done a fine job of explaining Albright´s astonishing ascent."
--Jacob Heilbrunn, The New York Times Book Review

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

"A splendid look at Madeleine Albright."
—Jim Bohannon, The Jim Bohannon Show
Oct. 27, 1998

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

"Extensively researched and enlivened by anecdote, Seasons of Her Life is a fascinating study of a very unusual and dynamic woman's rise to power."
--Maria Dolan, Amazon.com

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

 "If you want to know about the old girl network in Washington, how a woman can fight her way to the top with flair and toughness, crashing through the glass ceiling at the Department of State, and the attendant personal costs of ambition, "Seasons of Her Life: A Biography of Madeleine Korbel Albright" is a terrific read."
--Suzanne Fields, The Washington Times

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

ministar

"Ms. Blackman's book is well researched, and its author has worked hard to maintain a balanced, nonjudgmental perspective. Though she does not say so directly–and perhaps is unaware that she is doing so–Ms. Blackman persuades us that Ms. Albright's lack of forthrightness about the messy subject of her ethnic origins is thoroughly in keeping with her character as a whole; it may have been a legacy inherited from her adored father, in whose professional footsteps she followed, and who himself appeared to suffer from selective memory lapses about his relationship with Judaism and the Communist Czechoslovakian Government."
–Francine Prose, New York Observer

trysail

Website © 1998 by Trysail, Inc.

Site Design and Construction by Leila Putzel