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Like its predecessors, Who Dares Wins is a rich mixture of political narrative and social reportage It is scholarly, accessible, well written, witty and incisive It fizzes with character and anecdote Superb Piers Brendon The Sunday Times Magisterial If anyone wants to know what has been happening to Britain since the s, it is difficult to imagine ainformative, or better humoured guide a Thucydidean coolness, balance and wisdom that is superb AN Wilson The Times Superb Immaculately well researched, breathtakingly broad and beautifully written One defies anyone, even a specialist, not to learn something from it Sandbrook leaves the reader impatient for the next volume Simon Heffer Daily Telegraph Painstaking, enjoyable, even handed you may feel a nice balance of piquancy and poignancy in having those years brought to life by the historian s magic wand Anthony Quinn The Observer Brilliant The political manoeuvrings of are traced with a novelistic verve that would have done credit to House of Cards Tom Holland BBC History Magazine Dominic Sandbrook s great chronicle of Britain locates the big political narrative always in a wider social context than just by election swings and Westminster roundabouts It all comes flooding back Charles Moore The Spectator This is vividly panoramic history, ranging from high affairs of state to the tiniest textural details of everyday life His sources are joyously eclectic We wait impatiently for the next course of this richly satisfying historical feast Francis Wheen Literary Review A magnificent history Who Dares Wins captures the period with clairvoyant vividness Compulsively readable, the book will be indispensable to anyone who wants to understand these pivotal years John Gray New Statesman Masterful, mammoth rich and rewarding One of the book s great strengths is that although we know how the story will end we are still kept in suspense not because of doubts over the outcome, but because Sandbrook situates the reader firmly back in those crucial years The result is a full and rich account of the period John McTernan Financial Times Worth every penny, an enjoyable romp It s a great read Paul Donnelley The Daily ExpressDominic Sandbrook is nearing completion of his great multi volume history of postwar Britain from the mid s to the late s, which began with Never Had It So Good He has written and presented a number of highly successful BBC television series, on subjects as diverse as the joys of the Volkswagen and the history of science fiction He writes reviews and articles principally for the Daily Mail and Sunday TimesLike its predecessors, Who Dares Wins is a rich mixture of political narrative and social reportage It is scholarly, accessible, well written, witty and incisive It fizzes with character and anecdote Superb Piers Brendon The Sunday Times Magisterial If anyone wants to know what has been happening to Britain since the s, it is difficult to imagine ainformative, or better humoured guide a Thucydidean coolness, balance and wisdom that is superb AN Wilson The Times Superb Immaculately well researched, breathtakingly broad and beautifully written One defies anyone, even a specialist, not to learn something from it Sandbrook leaves the reader impatient for the next volume Simon Heffer Daily Telegraph Painstaking, enjoyable, even handed you may feel a nice balance of piquancy and poignancy in having those years brought to life by the historian s magic wand Anthony Quinn The Observer Brilliant The political manoeuvrings of are traced with a novelistic verve that would have done credit to House of Cards Tom Holland BBC History Magazine Dominic Sandbrook s great chronicle of Britain locates the big political narrative always in a wider social context than just by election swings and Westminster roundabouts It all comes flooding back Charles Moore The Spectator This is vividly panoramic history, ranging from high affairs of state to the tiniest textural details of everyday life His sources are joyously eclectic We wait impatiently for the next course of this richly satisfying historical feast Francis Wheen Literary Review A magnificent history Who Dares Wins captures the period with clairvoyant vividness Compulsively readable, the book will be indispensable to anyone who wants to understand these pivotal years John Gray New Statesman Masterful, mammoth rich and rewarding One of the book s great strengths is that although we know how the story will end we are still kept in suspense not because of doubts over the outcome, but because Sandbrook situates the reader firmly back in those crucial years The result is a full and rich account of the period John McTernan Financial Times Worth every penny, an enjoyable romp It s a great read Paul Donnelley The Daily ExpressDominic Sandbrook is nearing completion of his great multi volume history of postwar Britain from the mid s to the late s, which began with Never Had It So Good He has written and presented a number of highly successful BBC television series, on subjects as diverse as the joys of the Volkswagen and the history of science fiction He writes reviews and articles principally for the Daily Mail and Sunday Times