Children of the Night - Paul Kenyon

Children of the Night

The Strange and Epic Story of Modern Romania

A vivid, brilliant, darkly humorous and horrifying history of some of the strangest dictators that Europe has ever seen. Les mer
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A vivid, brilliant, darkly humorous and horrifying history of some of the strangest dictators that Europe has ever seen.
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Forlag: Apollo
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 496
ISBN: 9781789543162
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«'A witty and page-turning narrative full of grotesque characters'»

«Kenyon relates all this with verve [and] humour... He patiently untangles the complicated webs of loyalty and enmity, that crisscrossed the royal court, the military camarilla and the politburo alike'»

Literary Review

«'Paul Kenyon sweeps away the myths of romance and horror that cling to this fascinating and mysterious country'»

«'Absolutely essential reading for anyone interested in Romania past and present'»

«This is a book that will leave you astonished, exhausted and curious... An unapologetic page turner'»

Spectator

«'Witty and fluid, Kenyon's prose is readable without being superficial. His book is an engaging introduction to the rich history of a country that is often stereotyped and misunderstood'»

New Statesman

«'Paul Kenyon's book delves into this history, bringing to life a rogues' gallery of characters'»

BBC History Magazine

«This is an extraordinary book... It is deeply researched and richly documented... Thanks to this book [Romania] is infinitely better understood'»

The Critic
Paul Kenyon has travelled in almost every African country in the footsteps of the dictators. He is a distinguished BBC correspondent and BAFTA award-winning journalist and author.