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William Manchester was a hugely successful popular historian and renowned biographer. In addition to the three volumes of The Last Lion, his books include Goodbye, Darkness, A World Lit Only by Fire, The Glory and the Dream, The Arms of Krupp, American Caesar, and The Death of a President, as well as assorted works of journalism. He was awarded the National Humanities Medal and the Abraham Lincoln Literary Award. He passed away in 2004.
"Manchester has such control over a huge and moving narrative, such illumination of character . . . that he can claim the considerable achievement of having assembled enough powerful evidence to support Isaiah Berlin's judgment of Churchill as 'the largest human being of our time.'"--The New Yorker "Memorable."--San Francisco Chronicle "Stirring . . . As Manchester points out several times, it's as if the age, having produced a Hitler, then summoned Churchill as the only figure equal to the task of vanquishing him. The years Alone are the pivotal years of Churchill's career."--The Boston Sunday Globe "The best Churchill biography [for] this generation . . . Even readers who know the basic story will find much that is new."--Newsweek "A triumph . . . equal in stature to the first volume of the series."--Newsday "Vivid . . . history in the grand manner."--The Washington Post "Compelling reading."--The Times (London)