The Christian Science Monitor Reviews The Saboteur
The Saboteur by Paul Kix is reviewed by The Christian Science Monitor.“The result of this combination is almost a textbook demonstration of how to flesh out a small detail from the historical record – indeed, it’s a reminder that the small details often contain the most remarkable stories. Robert de La Rochefoucauld survived his daring adventures against the Nazis and went on to live a long and relatively contented life. Kix’s account begins and ends with glimpses of that much older man, recalling the unspoken code of bravery that guided him and his comrades during the Resistance. The reminder that ‘The Saboteur’ is at heart a hero’s tale is very refreshing.”
The Saboteur lands on The National Book Reviews 5 Hot Books List
The Saboteur lands on The National Book Review’s 5 Hot Books list. “Born into French nobility, forgotten Resistance fighter and spy Robert de La Rochefoucauld is the subject of this fascinating biography by Kix, deputy editor of ESPN: The Magazine.”
Paul Kix Interviewed by Vanityfair.com
Paul Kix is interviewed by Vanityfair.com “In his book The Saboteur,* Kix paints a gripping portrait of a person whose bravery doesn’t allow him to succumb to the pressures of the day.”
“The Saboteur” Reviewed by the New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books Reviewer Panel consists of a growing team of talented and experienced reviewers with expertise and credentials that are unique among exclusively online book reviews. The Saboteur by Paul Kix is reviewed today by the New Your Journal of Books.
The Saboteur Excerpted on Time.com
*The Saboteur* by Paul Kix is excerpted on Time.com. Robert de La Rochefoucauld, arguably France’s most daring WWII saboteur, escaped his own execution in the spring of 1944. He then agreed to a mission from Britain’s so-called Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare that would anger the Nazis even more than his escape…
Paul Kix Interviewed on Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews
Fully Loaded by Kirkus Reviews ultimate insider’s scoop on the best new books. The editors at Kirkus Reviews interview your favorite authors, tell you whether or not the books on the bestseller list are worth the read, give you behind-the-scenes insights, and introduce you to great books you may otherwise never find. This week, Fully Loaded interviews Paul Kix about his debut book The Saboteur.
The Saboteur is The BookPage Book of the Day
BookPage, a monthly book review publication distributed to 400,000 avid readers through subscribing bookstores and public libraries, names The Saboteur The BookPage Book of the Day.
Bookish Selects The Saboteur for its Must-Read List
The Saboteur is the lead pick on the Bookish Must-Read Nonfiction Books of 2018 list. Bookish strives to give readers more information about the books, authors, and genres that they love while also introducing them to new titles, debut writers, and genres they never thought they’d read.
Amazon chooses The Saboteur as one of the Best Books of the Month
Director and Producer set for Film Adaption of The Saboteur
Cary Fukunaga, the Emmy-winner behind the HBO hit True Detective, is set to direct the film based on The Saboteur, and Michael Sugar, who produced Spotlight, which won the Best Picture Oscar, is set to produce.
The Saboteur to be Published December 5th
The Saboteur, the first book from journalist Paul Kix, will be Published December 5, 2017, by Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.