Drop-In Alert: Michael Wolff x2

It’s the year of Michael Wolff, y’all! With not one, but TWO new books coming your way in 2021, he’s the author to watch.

LANDSLIDE: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency
ISBN 9781250830012 | on sale 7/27/21

The New York Times bestselling author of FIRE AND FURY and SIEGE completes the trilogy on the epic presidency of Donald J. Trump.

With FIRE AND FURY Wolff defined the first phase of the Trump administration; in SIEGE he wrote an explosive account of a presidency under fire. In LANDSLIDE Wolff closes the story of Trump’s four years in office and his tumultuous last months at the helm of the country, based on Wolff’s extraordinary access to White House aides and to the former president himself, yielding a wealth of new information and insights about what really happened inside the highest office in the land, and the world.

TOO FAMOUS: The Rich, the Powerful, the Wishful, the Notorious, the Damned
ISBN 9781250147622 | on sale 10/19/21

If you can judge a book by its enemies, TOO FAMOUS could be an instant classic.

Bestselling author of FIRE AND FURY and chronicler of the Trump White House Michael Wolff dissects more of the major monsters, media whores, and vainglorious figures of our time. His scalpel opens their lives, careers, and always equivocal endgames with the same vividness and wit he brought to his disemboweling of the former president. These brilliant and biting profiles form a mesmerizing portrait of the hubris, overreach, and nearly inevitable self-destruction of some of the most famous faces from the Clinton era through the Trump years. When the mighty fall, they do it with drama and with a dust cloud of gossip.

This collection pulls from new and unpublished work—recent reporting about Tucker Carlson, Jared Kushner, Harvey Weinstein, Ronan Farrow, and Jeffrey Epstein—and twenty years of coverage of the most notable egomaniacs of the time—among them, Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, Andrew Cuomo, Rudy Giuliani, Arianna Huffington, Roger Ailes, Boris Johnson, and Rupert Murdoch—creating a lasting statement on the corrosive influence of fame. Ultimately, this is an examination of how the quest for fame, notoriety, and power became the driving force of culture and politics, the drug that alters all public personalities. And how their need, their desperation, and their ruthlessness became the toxic grease that keeps the world spinning.

You know the people here by name and reputation, but it’s guaranteed that after this book you will never see them the same way again or fail to recognize the scorched earth the famous leave behind them.

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