According to Q&Q reviewer Dan Rowe, “Only devout Black completists will find anything of value” in Conrad Black’s second memoir, A Matter of Principle (McClelland & Stewart).
Unless, of course, you’re a Ron Burgundy or Sideshow Bob fan, or you’re a member of Toronto Life‘s entertaining Conrad Black Book Club.
Each week TL editorial assistant Emily Landau breaks down a chapter of the book and offers a few select Black bon mots. If you haven’t been following for the past eight weeks, Chapter One starts here.
But first, read Rowe’s review (from the December issue of Quill & Quire).