He does have better name recognition than I do, so it's only fitting than he join JR Bob Dobbs as a spokesperson for my new novel. If Dobbs can hawk a book, so can Pol Pot. I even think people have more faith in Pol's opinion that Dobbs.
So here's Pol's plug:
OK, so I didn't focus much on literature and avoided foreign literature during Democratic Kampuchea (four years starting in 1975). But this book has some of the best information on my rule written from a 1970s perspective. I also don't endorse all that gratuitous drug use. But this is 2007 and this book is as good as it gets. I highly recommend it.