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Sara WheelerTyler-Lewis flags the tension between the pair from the outset, and while she rightly lauds Mackintosh's loyalty, bravery and determination, she shows that many of his leadership decisions were flawed. Throughout her book she uses quotations judiciously, wherever possible allowing the men to speak for themselves. Her prose is a model of clarity, flawed only by the occasional linguistic anachronism like "unfazed" or "angst."
— The New York Times