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Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin's Crosshairs Hardcover – September 20, 2011
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About the Author
Levi Johnston was born in a tiny Alaskan town perched on the edge of untamed wilderness. Johnston, twenty-one, has been an outdoorsman since he was big enough to hold a fishing rod and aim a rifle. He has worked as an electrician’s apprentice and roustabout in Port Valdez and on Alaska’s North Slope. After his appearance as an honorary Palin family member at the 2008 Republican National Convention, Johnston modeled for Playgirl and was profiled in GQ, Vanity Fair, and New York Magazine and a guest on Today, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, and Larry King Live. He is the father of a young son, Tripp, and lives in his hometown of Wasilla.
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He readily admits the faults within his own family including his own.
His depiction of the Palins is mild considering their ruthlessness toward Levine. Which demonstrates the good breeding in his own family.
Was not surprised the Paluns attend church only once a year because they show no Christian behaviors in their daily lives.
Tripp will obviously learn better values from the Johnstons.
I feel like Levi is a good kid, thats what I got from the book he respects nature and I LOVED reading about his hunting trips when he was stressed out. But the thing I got the most is that the kid was played like a record by the media, which would be hard trying to comprehend when you are sheltered in a small town like Wasilla. The book would mention an interview or a music video he starred in and I would put the book down go online and look for it. The interviews are terrible they make him look like a fool and I felt horrible for him. I do believe the parts about the Palin's lawyer slamming him with all these statements and modifying his words to be released to the media because the Palin's had the power of the media it was easy for them. I also believe that his description of Bristols personality it very true, I watched the entire first season of Sarah Palin's Alaska in which all the kids run wild do what they want when they want and displayed very rude attitudes towards their parents calling them by their first names when they were mad at them. If I ever ever called my parents by their first names for any reason I would be slapped so hard I would lose all my teeth and im 20!.
The book is totally worth buying! I could not put it down and read the entire thing in one day! Its not just back and forth with the Palins but its also his upbringing in Alaska and about his family.