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An interesting book, but the editing is poor and there are several mistakes both within the content and the text. Very few details not already known from other sources. However, if the publication of this book puts more pressure on Prince Andrew, that can only be a good thing. The Epstein victims need justice.
The content was very disturbing to read and readers must know I found it pretty graphic. If all this proves to be accurate and true the whole scenario doesn't bear thinking about what sordid and disgusting lives they have lived!!! Good living decent people will find the contents very disturbing indeed.
This book is an easy fast moving read but if you have been watching the Netflix documentary and read previous books on the Epstein/Andrew theme you won't learn anything new. Also the proof reading in the final few pages is not very good !
Read this book in a weekend. Easy to read but with a few missing words in places so some sentences don’t make sense. The book has no new information and has a few chapters dedicated to Andrews early years which are irrelevant and boring. It was OK, average.