An insightful book, which appears to be modeled after Bob Woodard's "Bush at War" series, tackling the Lebanese War 2006 primarily from the the offices of the Israeli Prime Minister.
The book covers all aspects of the war from UN negotiation, events leading to the war, minimal details of what happened militarily during the war, and how it ended. The entire book moves chronologically: Prewar, war, Ceasefire, future.
I was looking for something providing details on the actual military excursion, but that was not forthcoming in this text.
I gave a 3 star rating because the book was confusing at times, jumping back and forth in time and place. So organization was a problem. As well, the focus on Olmert was annoying. I was not interested in why Omlert did this or Olmert did that. Many times, his actions were recorded which had only minimal relation to the war.