Sarah From Alaska

November 18, 2009 at 2:25 pm Leave a comment

There’s been some confusion, it seems, among Canadian media when it comes to the books on or by Alaska’s infamous governor (remember the turkey!) Anyway,  seems both the Canadian Press and CBC’s The National used the “Going Rouge” (as in French for red –I give you that because I honestly read “Rogue” the first few times I saw the cover) anti-Palin book of essays instead of the actual cover of Palin’s autobiography in stories on the publication. One way to avoid the confusion and get the best read on Gov. Palin is to pick up SARAH FROM ALASKA. Maclean’s writer Brian Bethune has declared it

“the only work [of the three] with even a pretense of neutrality, not to mention a dustjacket with Palin dressed in something other than red … the temperature is considerably lower in Conroy and Walshe’s book. They keep the focus on her weaknesses …. and her strengths.”

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