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A piece of trash, written by a piece of trash. This is an excellent book, albeit the evidently agenda driven reviews published in The Guardian and so forth There is great flair and eloquence to this book, and one need not question its historical integrity as, despite the falsehood laden reviews published in order to deter prospective buyers, the analysis of these Twelve Titans is substantiated with evidence I do have confidence that those in this thread whom have rated this book with lower than 3 stars have not even read a single page of it, but are instead making a political statement by besmirching the reputation of Mr Rees Mogg I m a 17 year old student and I can see through this blatant anti Conservative tint of the media, you certainly can and hence should too. At last, I have found a book worth one star I have to say it is an easy read so easy I read it in a bookshop at one brief sitting And that is its only virtue I could do a negative review, but the press has done that, and there are some killer negative reviews on Goodreads already The chapter on Gordon of Khartoum has to be the most sanctimonious and unctuous piece of historical writing I have ever read Only Rees Mogg could look down from his condescending glasses and tick of Strachey, as he peers up from his Bloomsbury deckchair, with such consummate arrogance.The best critical approach to this book on twelve Titans is to to get out a thesaurus, select a word of opprobrium and copy down the first twelve words.So bad, arrant, vile, base, gross, poor, bad of its kind, inferior, shoddy, tacky, faulty, execrable Nailed it I expect this overweight tome is exactly like what a book by Trump if that imbecile could actually write would be if he wrote about 12 American autocratic criminals with money did to shape our country As another reviewer intimated, a perfect book for a perfect American outhouse since Sears no longer publishes a catalog. Thay may have made Britain great but a private education didn t do the same for Jacob unfortunately outdated and offering nothing new A fascinating read into a generation of heroic individuals, people that strove to achieve the impossible and often failed in the attempt Worth reading for anybody with an interested in a colourful period of British and world history. .FREE DOWNLOAD ⚖ The Victorians ♭ They Made Britain Great Now It S Our Turn Many Associate The Victorian Era With Austere Social Attitudes And Filthy Factories But In This Bold And Provocative Book, Jacob Rees Mogg Leading Tory MP And Prominent Brexiteer Takes Up The Story Of Twelve Key Figures To Paint A Very Different Picture Of The Age, One Of Bright Ambition, Bold Self Belief And Determined Industriousness Whether Through Peel S Commitment To Building Free Trade, Palmerston S Deft Diplomacy In International Affairs, Or Brunel S Incredible Engineering Feats, The Victorians Transformed The Nation And Established Britain As A Preeminent Global Force As We Celebrate The Th Anniversary Of Queen Victoria S Birth, And As Britain Prepares To Liberate Herself From The European Union, It Is Essential That We Remember The Spirit, Drive And Values Of The Victorians Who Forged Modern Britain, As We Consider Our Future As A Nation Read this expecting it to be quite terrible I will admit I assumed it would be an excruciatingly boring read however I was pleasantly surprised this book has turned an incredibly boring subject into something I was able to read for several hours straight at a time Definitely better than expectations Perfect toilet read, especially if you re out of paper. Bland and lacking originality I remember my A level history teacher telling me never to right a commentary on political events because that s not what a true historian does It is however, what Rees Mogg does I have no doubt of his academic abilities and his intellect But, it would be popular amongst the critics to have written a dynamic book.This is not the book for those who want an engaging read especially if you have little to no knowledge of the period, as do I.