In their hearts, these conservative writers knew they were right. Now the rest of us know it too.
The Mexican pyramids are an open book compared to Peter Tompkins’s rambling account of them.
The Oranging of America is not about the Longhorn football team taking over the government, but Max Apple’s book is only slightly less bizarre.
Being Watergate special prosecutor was hard; writing a book about it was harder.
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's latest book "The Final Days" is just too much hocus-pocus.
Spiritual desolation in Crawford’s The Backslider; spiritual warfare in Naipaul’s Guerrillas.