Rosenberg takes us in a close-up trip to the Israeli Prime Minister and how he handles this situation with the Iranians. What this book truly does is give us a better understanding of the man, Netanyahu.
His writing is clear. His knowledge is crisp.
You won't finish reading this book wondering what Rosenberg believes a nuclear Iran will do and how Israel will respond.
He pulls in the United States and the how the situation will implicate us.
This is a fairly short book at only 100 pages so there really isn't much to review because so many people already know Rosenberg from his fiction writing.
This will resonate with people who already agree with his thinking.
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Tyndale Publishing.