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Nitt Witt Hill

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Set on historic Nitt Witt Ridge in California and Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., Sebastian Gibson's satirical fable paints the absurdities of the political world with his truly hilarious cracked sense of humor:

America is in dire straits. The top political parties have degenerated into the Nitt Witts, the Turkeys, and the Clown Party. Unless Mark Twain (Mark, a political
248 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Sebastian Gibson Publishing (first published January 21st 2012)
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Very funny book. I hate politics and most politicians (since they can't seem to be honest or actually work for the people who elected them...) and this book just hit my happy place. ANYONE fed up with their leaders should read this book. I also learned some things as well. But mostly it made me happy. I think my all-time favorite was the chapter about Sarah Palin doing media training and not knowing ANY basic geography, including that of the US. I drove my husband nuts because I had to keep read ...more
Allizabeth Collins

Mark, a political consultant, and his canine friend, Twain, embark on a mission to find out why America is in the mess it is in, and who is to blame. Along the way they meet up with America's top Clowns, Turkeys, and Nitt Witts, (including Sarah Palin and the President), in order to determine why the American public thinks the banning of bras will fix the economy. The pair discovers one conspiracy after another - and inevitably become part of a few - before administering their own b
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Nitt Witt Hill by Sebastian Gibson is a political satire which brings forward the absurdities of today's politics. Unfortunately we call these absurdities "news".

The book is told by Mark, a political consultant who goes by the name of Mark Twain - Twain being his beloved dog.

The Executive and Legislative branches of our government are losing their minds. New political parties form, the Nitt Witts (far righ -- , "Elect a Nitt Witt and see what some real Nitt Witts can do in Washington."), the Clo
Julia Drake
Feb 02, 2012 Julia Drake rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who hasn't laughed in a while
Before you know what really hit you, Nitt Witt Hill takes on politics and daily life in America in one outrageously funny and off-the-wall chapter after another. What makes this book different from other political humor books out there is that it pokes fun at all sides of the political spectrum to expose the rampant practice of "party politics" thinking in this country--of cutting your nose to spite your face, of finger pointing and assigning the blame to someone else. Maybe it's just human natu ...more
A very humorous read that unfortunately mirrors the political climate and attitudes prevalent in Washington these days. As for the book I found it to be quite delightful and entertaining. It engaged my attention though out the book and left me anticipating the release of the next one. I look forward to reading the next installment as soon as its available.
I enjoyed what I read of this book. I confess I did not finish it. I guess I like my political humor in small doses.
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Sebastian Gibson began his career as an artist, performer and writer when at the age of 16, he graduated early and joined the international cast of a musical show that traveled the world and appeared on national TV. It was on one occasion when the cast left without him while in Italy (they claimed it was an honest mistake) that he developed his wry sense of humor.

That sense of humor became even mo
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