Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life is a book that discusses the legend of Che Guevara. He is an international martyr, who became a living legend and myth even while he was alive. He was known as a military leader, strategist, revolutionist, philosopher, reformer, economist, doctor, and even a close peer of Fidel Castro.Che Guevara's dream
He dreamt of a united Latin America with the rest of the developing world through a military revolution. The objective was to end poverty, injustice and nationalism. Even though he failed, he is credited for harbouring a seemingly impossible dream, working towards it and inspiring others.A revolutionary life
Che Guevara's life shuttled between Havana and Algiers, his revolutionary capitals. His battlegrounds where in Bolivia and Congo. He challenged the Moscow's and Washington's halls of power. He led a revolution in exile from regions such as Mexico and Guatemala. This book is a gripping chronology of this revolutionary pursuits and covert endeavours. These actions are carried out in an era undergoing tumultuous change. During this time major events such as invasion of Bay of Pigs, Missile Crisis of October, killing of Kennedy happen. The book explores the characters of this tumultuous era such as Castro, Kennedy and Jean Paul Sartre etc.An authentic book
The author Jon Lee Anderson has sifted through the archives of the Cuban government and has interviewed Che Guevara's wife for research purposes. He has gone through unpublished manuscripts from this legend which includes his personal diaries. During this research he stumbled upon an unanswered question about Che's body and where it was buried. This book is more than just a book. It is a monumental achievement. It is definitely a true and authentic biography of Che Guevara.
After reading the book you are aware of the effort that went into this book given that it is extensively researched. It is an unbiased interpretation of Che's actions and a true account of his personality. Order your copy online right now.About the author
Jon Lee Anderson was a correspondent with the New York Times before he became a biographer. His other notable books are The Lion's Grave: Dispatches from Afghanistan and The Fall of Baghdad.