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Unfortunately, I can't get back the time I spent reading this claptrap of a book.
Reading the book and then hearing her mud slinging shows the hypocritical nature of this book and the Bush employee that she is.
This book presents a postive view of the president and the White House policies and processes.
Loved learning about the campaign process through Karen's perspective. Informative, entertaining, thought provoking. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vickie A. Kloth
Karen is an Incredable American and a provided great service to her country during a difficult time. A great readPublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I liked this book not because of any political leanings, but I liked it because it was a story of a strong woman that had to make difficult decisions and learned to put her faith... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Wendi Rehn
Had I known there were going to be so many, I would have started counting them at the beginning of the book.Published 18 months ago by Sally Collins
Atlanta, Georgia- Karen Hughes who served under President George W. Bush in the White House heard the words we are "ten minutes form normal" on a trip. Read morePublished on October 20, 2011 by Dr. Wilson Trivino
Check your closets, she writes, so you will see the marvels of globalization, all because of her boss, Bush, whom she sees through rose-colored glasses for sure. Read morePublished on October 4, 2008 by smj
I highly recommend this book.
The negative reviews here are obviously from those
who have a different political position than the author. Read more
I really enjoyed reading this book! It is like having an inside look into the life of our president and some of the people who work closely with him. Read morePublished on June 11, 2007 by Erin Elizabeth Pradia
This is a very well written and absorbing insight into the lives and goings-on of our government. I could hardly put it down.Published on April 2, 2007 by L. Vahlstrom