Genre: Adult, Memoir
Source: I received a copy to review
Intoxicated by the promise of travel, the sparkle of politics, and a fascination for the mystery of wealth, Tom redirects his life into what, he feels, will be a satisfying, promising future. However, once on the inside, he realizes the sparkle was created by mirrors and the fascination and mystery were illusions carved in smoke.
I wasn’t sure about reading this book for several reasons. I’m glad that I did. This is an honest look through To Gosinski’s eyes at the drug problem Cindy McCain had. He could have trashed and bashed her. Instead he took a more diplomatic approach that takes the reader from the way he met her to the having to make the decision to blow the whistle on her This is definitely an intriguing read.