Maximalist

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    An Irish epic, The Maximalist documents in unflinching detail and with great subtlety the meteoric rise and slow unravelling of an Irish icon. `Biography of the Year.' The Sunday Times `Biography of the Year.' Sunday Business Post `Well-written and well-timed. Mr O'Reilly - all of him - is all here.' The Financial Times `Exhilarating.' The Irish Examiner `A thorough and dramatic account of a life that encompasses sport, business, media, speculation and family drama.' The Sunday Independent `Brilliantly researched and scrupulously balanced ... A compellingly psychological portrait that will surely be the last word on its subject for a long time.' The Sunday Business Post `A discerning and intriguing analysis of both O'Reilly's ascent to billionaire and his crash to bankruptcy.' The Irish Mail on Sunday

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    Number of Pages: 336
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780717171460
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    Listed in: Business & industry, Pressure groups & lobbying, Entrepreneurship, Media, information & communication industries
    Publisher: Gill Books

    Books by Matt Cooper

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