Evidently your review is very popular with the PRC. But consider this:
As of JANUARY 19, 2 P.M. EST the reviewers for Jung Chang's MAO: The Unknown Story read as follow:
97 5 Star 40.8%
43 4 Star 18.5%
20 3 Star 8.5%
21 2 Star 8.9%
55 1 Star 23.4%
People that like the book (anti-Mao readers) outnumber people like you (pro-Mao) about 60% to 30%, or 2 to 1.
But all the reviews that like this book (anti-Mao) get pummeled on voting, while the reviews that hate the book (pro-Mao) get almost unanimous positive votes. The negative reviews of the book usually are in stilted English, and are simply not very well-written, nor are they indicative of having read the book. Xujun, your review does not indicate you read the book, it simply means you object with its content. You exhibit the 'Red Guard' language you so decry. (The Red Guards, themselves, would praise you)
Red Guards loved Mao and beat and killed their dissenters. Jung Chang's parents, and herself were persecuted, and many of her friends died during Mao's rule. Of course Jung Chang is biased, but she's also portraying one of the most evil times in Chinese history, and enough other sources back her up. Her bias can be forgiven. You, Mr. Xujun Xi-gua-tou (melonhead), on the other hand, prove the extent of China's propaganda. (And 197 of 202 positive votes as of today? Yeah, that's real natural)
I don't understand how anyone can defend Mao. And I don't understand why people are so small-minded they think a bunch of useless votes on Amazon is a way to keep pushing their propaganda.