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- Listening Length: 14 hours and 49 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: HarperAudio
- Audible.com Release Date: January 11, 2010
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0033ZP7EI
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Sarah Palin clearly provides the juiciest material, mostly from McCain's campaign manager Steve Schmidt. It's a strange position - he led McCain to Palin, then lambasts her unfitness and poor preparation, and finally ends up admitting that without her it would have been worse.Read more ›
We should have known this was coming ... the implosion of political candidates is as entertaining as the losers that humiliate themselves on the American Idol auditions year-after-year. Years ago, a news periodical like Newsweek or Time would run juicy after-election articles documenting a defeated candidates horridly-run campaign that always included incidents of the candidate "losing grip" at one point or another. "Game Change" seemed to be nothing more than a compilation of such articles, but expertly welded together to create a generously smooth flow for the reader. In other words, other than the juicy details of the vitriol and carnage, the book didn't really reveal anything new about anyone or anything.
After all, the 24/7 news cycle already gives us more information than we need to know about all the subject matter in this book:
- we already knew obama was a "smooth operator"; intelligent and gifted at reading other people's speeches ... his outright cocky demeanor and his obvious, deep and admirable devotion to his wife and children.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very nice book to read. It is informative and explain things happened as it has happened.Published 2 days ago by faramarz Farsio
A book for a gift. Never read it, but the person the book was for, they enjoyed reading itPublished 3 days ago by Jacalyn Voigt
I read it around May or June 2014. Not much that I didn't already know but a good read nonetheless.Published 6 days ago by Justin Mitchell
Very interesting book and well researched. Would recommend for anyone interested in politics.Published 20 days ago by Jonny H.
I was looking forward to reading the book, thinking that it would elaborate on the selection of Sarah Palin as McCain's running mate in 2008 and her character and performance... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Decorating Diva
Juicy, gossipy, compelling page turner. How did they get so many people to reveal so much? The real back stories behind the scenes.Published 23 days ago by Marsha Lyons
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