• Insightful and immersive. . . Teitelbaum argues that Bannon's rise, alongside counterparts in countries such as Brazil and Russia, can be traced to an obscure intellectual current that you have never heard of. . . If you are interested in exploring the intellectual traditions that underpin today's populist revolt, this is a useful place to start

    Matthew Goodwin, Sunday Times
  • Timely, insightful and often troubling. . . War for Eternity is predominantly an attempt to understand the ideology of Bannon and other important alt-right figures. . . Teitelbaum enjoys remarkable access to them and uses his background research into the contemporary far right to fill in the gaps, draw connections and explain the bigger picture

    Kieran Pender, Literary Review
  • Fascinating. . . informed, engaging and insightful

    Irish Times
  • Gripping. . . riveting. . . an intellectual non-fiction thriller. . . Based on more than 20 hours of interviews with Steve Bannon and Teitelbaum's immersion in far-right networks spanning the US, Europe, Russia and Brazil, the author has penned a fast-paced account that reads like a Dan Brown novel

    Eric Kaufmann, Financial Times
  • This is a most alarming book, with a terrible, pertinent relevance. . . Given the complexity of the subject, it is surprisingly easy to read

    Julia Langdon, The Tablet
  • Very, very interesting indeed

    Freddy Gray, The Spectator
  • A must read

    Halli Casser-Jayne
  • A major new book on contemporary Traditionalism. . . based on thorough research. . . required reading

    Mark Sedgwick

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