The reviews are still trickling in. The latest is in The Globe and Mail, one of the big Canadian newspapers. Reviewer Harvey Schachter concludes:
The book is a fascinating, illuminating look at careers through the prism of Hannibal’s life and the other people Mr. Kluth weaves in. His writing is seamless, the ideas provocative, and the book may offer you insights about your own career and life journey so far, as well as what lies ahead.
Thank you, Harvey!
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It’s been a while so excuse the grammar:
Et Hannibal permansit ad volvuntur!
It’s been a while indeed. Let’s see. “And Hannibal continues to roll”. Right?
You got it!
Best wishes for continued success! (with Hannibal rolling, not deciphering bad Latin).
Ah, so you didn’t really write a book. You wrote a “book-long essay.” Strictly speaking, the links in your navigation bar should read The essay and A conversation about the essay.
More importantly, to save myself time, I will next write … an essay-long book.