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Amazing account of the complexities of this type of conflict-there are no winners. Years later, it becomes almost impossible to determine who fired at who, who fired first, who was "justified" and who not, how memory is so reconstructive, and why people are often so afraid to come forward and report what they saw--or what they thought they saw.
This is a well illustrated and fantastic book will get you gripped, having read previous books on bloody Sunday I pretty much knew the story however this is a fantastic spin and goes into find details of the events.
If you could sum up Bloody Sunday in three words, what would they be?
Great summary of the inquiry.
What did you like best about this story?
The fact that the Inquiry took so long is testament to the sheer volume of information and evidence and interviews given.
Murray has painstakingly sieved through the details and has clearly and concisely outlined the events before, during and to some extent after the inquiry. Given the subject matter, the author has done a remarkable job to remain balanced - in my opinion - in his description of the participants.
What about Michael Fenton Stevens’s performance did you like?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I listened to it in 30 minute sections during the commute.