Publish date: January 31st 2012
Publisher: Quirk Books
Edition language: English
This book could be considered a satire on politics, or the intense 24 hour media scrutiny of pretty much everything in the news, or a call against overly processed foods. To me it was just a fun look on how a person from the early 20th century reacts to life in the 21st century. The one thing that I...
I am torn on the mashups, but technically this is not one - though it's published by Quirk. I liked Taft 2012, it was an interesting premise with moments of humor and a message.
An odd tirade against the processed food industry in the form of a light comedy about a resurrected president from a hundred years ago.
Given the current debacle of the Republican nomination for someone to stand toe to toe against Obama, this book is a timely delightful tale of 'what-ifs' of having the 27th US president doing a Rip Van Wrinkle and waking up in the present and contemplating old school politics in new clothes.It was a...
This book was a goodreads.com first read contest win.While I really wanted to like this book I had a hard time finishing it. To me so much of the book needed re-editing. The little bits of conversation between the chapters was very distracting. This book just seemed more of a sci-fi novel than any...
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