In his informing and engaging book, Dan Kennedy provides insightful accounts on how Jeff Bezos transformed the Washington Post, John Henry revived the Boston Globe, and Aaron Kushner failed to save the Orange County Register. Kennedy delves into the state of newspapers, the challenge of journalism in the age of the Trump administration, and the difficulty of moving from print to digital subscription. Kennedy’s reporting is concise and balanced. Designed by Mindy Basinger Hill and typeset in Arno Pro, this book—in addition to its high-quality content—is such a pleasure to read. Highly recommended for anyone who cares about journalism and the newspaper industry.