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|About the Author||Yaroslav Trofimov joined The Wall Street Journal in 1999 and in 2001 became a roving foreign correspondent in the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and the Balkans. He is also the author of Faith at War: A Journey on the Frontlines of Islam, from Baghdad to Timbuktu.|
|Author 1||Yaroslav Trofimov|
|Editorial Review||Riveting Sunday Times A thriller-like account of an event largely hushed up The Times A gripping, highly informed narrative Financial Times The first detailed account of the event ... brilliantly researched and eye-opening ... this is undoubtedly a book of international significance Herald A gripping and revealing account of this brutal uprising ... The Siege of Mecca is a marvel of investigative journalism ... Trofimov's viciously gory account unfolds with a sharp eye for detail and accuracy -- Ziauddin Sardar New Statesman Trofimov tells this tale with considerable verve and authority. He has interviewed many of the surviving witnesses and participants in a country suffused with fear and paranoia, and sets the siege within a wider historical context -- Michael Burleigh Literary Review A thriller-like account of an event largely hushed up The Times|
|Number of Pages||320|