The Restless Wave

Editorial reviews

The Restless Wave

Almost morbidly, The Restless Wave recurs to the spectacle of valiant, altruistic death.

It’s worth considering what he has to say. He may side-step some issues, and no one writes a memoir to make themselves look bad, but it’s hard to argue that he is not sincerely considering what’s in the best interests of Americans as citizens of the world.

Sometimes rueful, sometimes defiant, always affecting. Even McCain’s political opponents should admire the fiery grace with which he’s exiting the world.