Author Mark Joseph did a terrific job writing about Sarah Palin in a totally unprejudiced manner. This book centers on her political life, how it came to be, what she's done right and what has worked against her, though there are also some insights into her religious beliefs.
He also makes some good points about where she's lacking and what her strengths are. This is an easy book to read, and no matter how you may feel about Sarah Palin, Joseph has put together a well-rounded view of this remarkable woman. Of interest to me was the coverage of Charles Gibson's nasty interview of Sarah Palin. When I watched that I couldn't believe he was being so mean--changed my feelings about Gibson.
Plenty of pointers are given throughout the book about what Palin could do to strengthen her chances to be someone to watch closely in future elections.
This is a fascinating read about an equally fascinating woman.
(This book was given to me to review by the publisher, Bully Pulpit Books.)