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Winston Churchill – Wit and Wisdom | Review

Title: Wit and Wisdom

Author: Winston Churchill

Type: Non-Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 149

Rating: 7/10


Winston Churchill - Wit and Wisdom

Winston Churchill – Wit and Wisdom


You  know what you’re getting with something like this – a fantastic collection of the wise words of Winston Churchill, from his pre-war years to his reflections as his death approached him. It’s an inspiring read, even if you occasionally have no idea what or who he’s talking about – there are also some notable omissions, such as his legendary comeback to Bessie Braddock.

In all honesty, Churchill is a man that we can all learn a lot from, and as this is such a short read (I read it on my commute to work), there’s no excuse not for you to check it out. The great man himself sums up my feelings towards this book better than I can: “The journey has been enjoyable and well worth making – once.”


Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill


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