This is a not very original and cliche writing effort by Mr. Buckley. The book is saved by his great writing style but is missing his wit and the belly laughs from his other... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian J Reynolds
A good, fast, read... and in the usual Buckley vein; BUT, the paperback binding is cheap... the front pages were falling out by the time I got to chapter 3.Published 2 months ago by FSB_MC
I've read better stuff by him. Perhaps because it's not so current.Published 3 months ago by John Seiffer
Short read, goes fast, and it's pretty funny. It helps to laugh at the nuttiness of politics. Keeps us from going crazy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carol S Austin
Great read for the beach or when stuck at home. Just a fun read in light of what is (or isn't) happening in Washington.Published 6 months ago by James T. Craig,Jr.
I wouldn't call this book laugh out loud funny, but it is very entertaining in his usual subdued but very entertaining style. Read morePublished 7 months ago by RBM
The novel is just so so. Not much character development. Very awkward transitions from one situation to the next. A few chuckles, but most of the humor is very strained. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles E. Humphrey
Like Zelig, the narrative gets burdened with repetition early in its arc. Steve Colbert has nothing to worry about , if this is his competition.Published 8 months ago by Allan M. Green