A review by beauty_andbooks
Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators, by Ronan Farrow

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Talk about a book that read like fiction! I hadn't previously read up much on the Weinstein case, so I think that was helpful to go into this book a blank slate and just learn about all his victims. The added espionage plot of the book was brand new to me and really upped the shock factor of the book. The fact Farrow put himself at that much risk was unbelievable, but I'm thankful he stuck it out in order to help the victims. 

I don't think you need a high knowledge of reporting or journalism to enjoy this book. Farrow did a great job of breaking down the journalistic aspects that made this book highly enjoyable. I recommend this to anyone interested in knowing the beginnings of the Me Too movement!

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