Sunday, August 28, 2011

The Quotable Rogue

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The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin in her own words
Edited and with a forward by Matt Lewis

The Quotable Rogue is a book of quotes organized in sections about what Sarah Palin believes. The topics range from civil rights to economics to health care to faith and Tina Fey. The purpose of the book is to get out what Sarah Palin thinks on everything, to tell everyone what she believes.

I want to give a unbiased review of this novel, because I know it is political, a subject I want to avoid on this blog. I think that's the fairest way for myself and my readers.  I was glad I read it because I wanted to wrap my head around what Sarah Palin believed and form my own opinions on her. I'm starting to be interested in women in politics. It didn't take a long time to read; I read it in one sitting. The book held my attention the whole time, but there were some confusing parts, where I didn't understand what she was trying to say.

I liked how the book was presented in sections, instead of just a jumble of quotes. It was presented in a cohesive and clear way. I thought that the cover and title were clever. I think I would recommend The Quotable Rogue for anyone interested in politics or anyone who just wants to know about Sarah Palin. I would warn however, that this book is not for everyone. I present a word of caution to yall. Ask yourself if you can read it without giving a biased opinion to everyone you know.