Sentimental Surrealist asked:
Why in the hell would I want to read a Bill O'Reilly book about the Kennedy assassination when the far smarter Don DeLillo beat him to it?
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Caitlyn I originally agreed with you. I didn't want to like it ... but its pretty entertaining. I'm currently studying for a board exam and I can barely put it down at night. Entertaining. He does have good style as much as I hate to admit it.
Julia Glenn Could it be for style? I enjoy very much reading Bill O'Reilly's books, partly because they are almost conversational, not just dry info. It feels like a telescope into the events of that time. Admittedly, I have not read a great deal on Kennedy's assassination, so much of this info is new to me. But isn't this one of the benefits to reading anything? I was 16 years old when Kennedy was assassinated, and most of what I know about it I remember from the events unfolding at that time. Nothing as in depth as I am getting from the book. I guess it is this difference in tastes that account for so many categories in literature, bookstores and libraries. Happy reading.
Patricia Joynton Why the hell would anyone want you to read this book? Anyone who knows so much about nothing they have read doesn't need to read it at all. Please don't read it.
Abigail Melcher The paper they printed it on is delicious. I bet Don can't say the same about his book.
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