The Asia Times published a review of The Iconoclast on 20 August, the first review:
In short, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister is worthy of a biography. And Tobias Harris of the US-based advisory firm Teneo, whose close-up view of Japanese politics had an early boost in 2006-7 when he worked for a Japanese legislator, has proved very much up to the task.
Journalists, scholars – anyone interested in the political evolution of the leading democracy of East Asia – will need to add The Iconoclast to the reading pile.
Tracing the history of modern Japanese politics, it is both an interesting introduction to the subject and an excellent refresher course for those who have been too busy to follow it closely.
Read the rest here.