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While I adore Ana Marie Cox's irreverent, policy-packed blogs, this novel comes short on delivering the same punches. Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by Ronan Rooney
Bored and dissapointed --- where do i get my time back ?Published on April 15, 2007 by Brian Gonzalez
Bears all the hallmarks of its author's self-congratulatory self-conception: vain, witless vulgarizing, power-celeb worship and sitcommish woodenness posturing as astute "irony"... Read morePublished on October 10, 2006 by Risa Mahria
"Dog Days" isn't interesting for its characters or the plot, which is chick lit meets roman-a-clef political satire. Read morePublished on July 7, 2006 by A. Blasko
Wonkette devotees and Beltway insiders may enjoy this book more than I did. It was a pleasant enough read, but not memorable.Published on April 9, 2006 by Bookaddict
Ever wonder what would happen if you dropped Carrie Bradshaw (from "Sex and the City") in Washington, D.C. in the stifling hot days of late summer? Read morePublished on March 1, 2006 by Amazon Customer
I was a casual fan of the Wonkette blog so I borrowed this from the library despite the lukewarm reviews. Read morePublished on February 21, 2006 by K. W. Schreiter