Book Summary: The No Spin Zone: Confrontations With the Powerful and Famous in America

Posted on January 4, 2009. Filed under: -- Book Summaries | Tags: , , , , , , , , |


By Molly Greaves

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After great success with his first book becoming a #1 New York Times Bestseller, Bill is back with his second book: “The No Spin Zone: Confrontations With the Powerful and Famous in America”.

One of the most controversial folks on TV today is Bill O’Reilly.  If you don’t have any idea who I’m talking about, he is best known as the host of Fox News Channel’s top-rated program, The O’Reilly Factor, and as mentioned  he’s also the #1  best-selling author of a book by the same name, The O’Reilly Factor. His TV show is not a news program in the sense that it doesn’t report news but instead has the capacity, more often than not, to make news. 

Whether you hate the man or relate with him on everything he talks about, you might know that he has a ton of books out there.  And the geek that I am, I tackled 4 books in one week, and I have to say, I can’t remember the last time I laughed my butt off so hard.

This book, is mainly a recap about Bill’s TV show and what has occurred during his more famous interviews. O’Reilly calls himself a moderate, independent guy, leaving all questions open for discussion as he interviews people like George W. and James Carville. O’Reailly also pokes at those like Hillary Clinton and Al Gore who after repeat invitations, do not appear in the Spin Zone on his show. 

 

To learn more about Bill and The O’Reilly Factor, please click the link below. Have fun!

http://www.foxnews.com/oreilly/

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