The Whistleblower’s Tune by Hugh Giblin (Book Review #934)


The whistleblower’s tune is a memoir written about Hugh’s life, presenting honest and self-reflecting spam of his experience. Although I already felt that I knew enough about his journey after reading the book’s description, I still ended up reading the entire book and noticed that there was even more.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

In works like this, I always focus on authenticity and honesty. The author does display an actual fact and notion of his encounters starting from when he was a child. I believe this provided an in-depth perspective of what he has gone through. There are many ups and downs, just like any other person, but it just felt a lot more than one could handle.

The particular detail of his punishment and survival with the Chicago Mafia’s insidious and perpetual presence inside the union machine was an interesting read. He represents the impression of change. I appreciated that.

The literature was well written. I wasn’t a big fan of the formatting, but the content didn’t disappoint. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read memoirs.

Written by Jeyran Main

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One Comment on “The Whistleblower’s Tune by Hugh Giblin (Book Review #934)

  1. Two great things about this review. The first is the very good cover. The second is the review itself, which details just the right amount to edge the reader into buying. Whatever the quality of the memoir, the mention of Chicago Mafia certainly puts a high-emotion note on the description.


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