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There's no doubting she's a fascinating character, since all logical paradigms do not apply to her.
If you haven't already found the book to start your summer reading I'd recommend Frank Bailey's revealing portrait of Sarah Palin in "Blind Allegiance".
This book will really open your eyes regarding how she treats everyone; staff, constituents, friends, volunteers and family.
Very revealing picture of Ms Palin. Well-written, he'd my interest throughout. Loved it!Published 1 month ago by CJ
If you really want to know the truth about what happened in the 'Palin' dynasty, read this book. It is jaw dropping, upsetting and appalling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Helen Lucas
cant believe a word he says self absorbed and I cant stand palin that's why I bought the book, don't waste your moneyPublished 5 months ago by james clark
Totally delicious guilty pleasure book full of gossip, tales from the front and snipes that I tend to believe. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Priscilla Paleologos
I am a conservative, but not by any means a huge Palin fan. However, Frank Bailey's incessant self glorification and use of private, personal correspondence is cringe worthy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by iloveaerobics
I have read several books about Sarah Palin, and this one ranks among the best. It is quite revealing as it plumbs the depths (not that Ms. Palin is deep) of her character. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Philip Michaels
So i bought this book because i wanted to see if a view from the real inside as close to Sarah as possible, would expose some character flaws i already new about before she went... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Todd
I read it a few months ago, can't be too impressed as I hardly remember anything that stood out. it seemed like rehash of others.Published 13 months ago by Doris J. Masters
Co-written by my cousin, this is an excellent book detailing the inner workings of the Palin administration, the ins and outs, the hidden agendas, the anger and confusion, the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jan Wilson