This book is a hit piece written by two people who have no qualms about printing anything negative about Sarah Palin. They (especially Devon) are known to be behind the 20+ frivolous ethics complaints against her, all of which were overturned. Devon is the one who made up the lie that Sarah palin was under investigation by the FBI, a lie that was quickly discounted. This book is slimy.
No one likes "lies and distortions," but if you follow Sarah Palin, that's pretty much all you get.
I've been reading Jeanne Devon's blog for several years, and I can attest to her integrity and astute analysis. She would not have associated herself with this project unless she felt the message to be truthful and useful to the American public.
Have you read this book? Do they back up what they say with fact? I'm going to read the book to find out. Then, I will post an opinion. That's what I suggest you do too. (oh, yeah, and when you give your opinion, cite the facts!)
Since you obviously have access to a time travel machine--how else could you have read a book not yet published--why not make good use of it and go back in time and prevent Sarah from making all her gaffes and lies so this book wouldn't be necessary. At the very least you can travel back in time right before the Katie Couric interview and tell her to say, "The Washington Times, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal."
It's amazing to me how many Palin fans believe Palin when she says she was cleared of all ethics complaints.
Excuse me, how exactly was Palin cleared of anything? In the Wooten trooper investigation, a panel of 8 republicans and 4 democrats unanimously found that Palin "abused her power by violating Alaska statute 39.52.110(a) of the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act."
Just because Palin says she was cleared does not mean she was. The woman is a pathological liar.
Other "frivolous" ethics complaints were resolved by Palin agreeing to certain terms, like returning $350,000 donated to her legal fund. Doesn't sound like they were frivolous at all, eh?
The entire Blind Allegiance manuscript was leaked before final draft when it was being shopped around to various publishers. THOUSANDS of people read the original draft when a link to an online pdf version that someone uploaded was posted in the comments sections of blogs such as "The Immoral Minority".
The link and the pdf were removed pretty quickly, but a lot of readers grabbed it before that happened. Many posted that it simply whetted their apetite to buy the final published version. Many were also worried that it would not find a buyer due to the leak.
But, it all turned out amazingly well and thanks to Frank Bailey and his co-authors, Devon and Morris, Sarah Palin's OWN WORDS via thousands of her emails have revealed her true nature and agendas.
Her own communications show that she's so mentally unbalanced in her quests for petty revenge that she should be allowed nowhere near any position of authority.
Lou Sarah frequently e-mailed to her staff, "I hate this damn job." That is, that's what she did when she wasn't drafting fan letters about herself for others to sign... it's all right there in Frank's book.