Today, after finishing the wonderful Stephen Fry's very intimate "The Fry Chronicles"- I can hardly leave a normal review, Stephen Fry just makes me feel better about life- I started and finished "From The Memoirs Of a Non-Enemy Combatant" by Alex Gilvarry.
As I went through it, the book felt sort of unorganized, but I wasn't particularly frustrated by that. The main character, after all, is an innocent- even naive- start up immigrant fashion designer who becomes a patsy for a terrorist. It lands him in Gitmo and the book is presented with his confessional. I would say this is a good book for most people: you have enough morals to feel for the main character, but you might not be so informed of the political situation referenced in the book to read a non-fiction book about it.