The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody

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The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody

The Deleted E Mails of Hillary Clinton A Parody The explosive secret e mails Hillary Clinton doesn t want you to read Or maybe she does She s crafty like that Remember that time Hillary Clinton admitted that she deleted thousands of e mails from he

  • Title: The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody
  • Author: John Moe
  • ISBN: 9781101906071
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • The explosive secret e mails Hillary Clinton doesn t want you to read Or maybe she does She s crafty like that Remember that time Hillary Clinton admitted that she deleted thousands of e mails from her ultra secret personal e mail address while Secretary of State Thousands of e mails, she claimed, about her daughter s wedding Well, people aren t buying it Hiding thThe explosive secret e mails Hillary Clinton doesn t want you to read Or maybe she does She s crafty like that Remember that time Hillary Clinton admitted that she deleted thousands of e mails from her ultra secret personal e mail address while Secretary of State Thousands of e mails, she claimed, about her daughter s wedding Well, people aren t buying it Hiding the truth says The New York Post Conspiracy or incompetence asks Al Jazeera Hillary Clinton Don t Give a Sh t claims Wonkette Clearly, these e mails need to be released immediately Now, thanks to John Moe and WikiLoox, the lost messages have been retrieved and placed in this dossier For the first time, we ll get a look inside HRC s well coiffed head, reading intimate conversations with family Bill, Chelsea , friends Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Oprah, Beyonce , and frenemies Obama, Palin, Putin alike We ll also learn essential details about her private life, from her pop culture obsessions to her thoughts on yoga, baking cookies, Scandal, and much Make no mistake this is a book of critical national importance Following her journey from mother of the bride to commandress in chief, we ll see how HRC handles the most challenging situations she might face in the White House, including how to respond to people who reply all to e mails and how to wrangle pantsuit retailers as they compete, with increasing desperation, for her attention Along the way, we will finally get the portrait we need the one our country deserves of the woman we may soon call Madam President.

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    1. Kelly (and the Book Boar) on said:

      Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/If you don’t have a sense of humor, this book is most definitely NOT the choice for you. On the other hand, if you’re like me and are already a little tired of your resident Donald Trump Kool-Aid drinker’s election talk around the water cooler, this is a great selection to have sitting on top of your desk all day, every day. It’s almost as handy as a can of Troll-B-Gone – but not quite. Since The Deleted E-mails of Hillary Clinton flat out state [...]

    2. Cait • A Page with a View on said:

      It wasn't quite as funny as I hoped, but there were still a lot of moments I grinned at. The obnoxious emails from Putin and various pantsuit companies were the best. The book is short and all in email format (obviously), so it's a really fast read! I think pretty much anyone would get the jokes, regardless of their political stance or knowledge of current events.Thank you to the publisher for sending me an ARC!

    3. Kris on said:

      This book was hilarious! I was laughing out loud almost the whole time I was reading. I devoured this in one sitting, I literally could not put it down. The way everything was laid out was awesome and so comical. The name drops were perfection. I would recommend this book if you are in need of a laugh, because this book is light-hearted and funny!Thanks to bloggingforbooks for sending me a copy to review!

    4. Madelyn Rose on said:

      I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review and rating from Blogging for Books

    5. Nathan Albright on said:

      [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Three Rivers Press in exchange for an honest revie3w.]If you have a cynical sense of humor about politics, this is a book that will admittedly probably not age very well, because its references are likely to be dated in a few decades' time and will likely require substantial footnotes, but at the same time it makes for an amusing look at the e-mail server scandal of Hillary Clinton and pokes plenty of fun of many other people as [...]

    6. Cristie on said:

      I grabbed this book on a whim and I'm really glad I did. I wouldn't consider this book to be laugh out loud funny, but it did give me quite a few chuckles! It is absolutely ridiculous! The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody is EXACTLY what it sounds like. It's a satirical look at what Hillary's deleted personal emails might say. They cover everything from "possible" presidential campaigns and extravagant pantsuits to bizarre girl's trips and wedding planning. It also parodies the diffe [...]

    7. Jonathan Esterman on said:

      John Moe is at it again with his parody-style books. With the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's (HRC) private email server and the deleted batch of emails, theories abound on what those emails could be about. Moe approaches the issue with a humorous twist, giving readers one more reason to either vote, or not vote, for her. From briefings on the small figurines club to expanding membership of the Fab Four, Hillary's life is anything but unordinary. Moe gives life to the lifeless face of [...]

    8. Kristina Aziz on said:

      The Deleted emails of Hillary Clinton is a parody book about Hillary Clinton, her time in the White House, and Wikileaks. I really enjoyed this book, even though it was such a quick read that I spent the second half of my shift at work without a book. Let's look at it star by star, shall we?1-readability: This was an easy and quick book to read. The format for the print book is clean, organized, and uncluttered while still portraying that you're reading an email instead of huge text blocks.2-con [...]

    9. Holly on said:

      You can also find this review at Texan Girl Reads aka texangirlreads17/The Deleted E-Mails Of Hillary Clinton is a hilarious parody of what is going on in Hillary's world! It's all the emails that everyone wants to read, starting at January 21, 2009 to the end of her time as Secretary of State. With conversations with the President to her secret little group that gets out of hand at one point and her quest to have the perfect pantsuit, this book will have you laughing from page 1 until the very [...]

    10. Amanda on said:

      See all of my book reviews at rosetreereads.wordpressDid you know that Hillary Clinton wrote Fifty Shades of Grey under the pseudonym E.L. James? Or did you know that she came up with idea of opening the borders to Cuba while playing Call of Duty: Black Ops? How about her secret career of writing for television shows such as Breaking Bad and Scandal? In this book, John Moe has made Hillary into an almost lovable human. From secret missions to stop Beyonce from taking over the world to finding th [...]

    11. JK on said:

      I received this book from a Good Reads giveaway. It parodies as a leak from WikiLoox that gives insight into some of the deleted messages from Presidential candidate, Hillary's personal email. The book was a quick and enjoyable read. I laughed out loud more often than I thought I would have especially since often shy away from politics.I pretty much imagined the characters speaking in an alternate Family Guy universe. It stars several celebrities such Beyonce, Oprah, Taylor Swift, Prince and pok [...]

    12. Shaun on said:

      The Deleted E-mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody provides a humorous speculation of what actually when through the former Secretary of State’s inbox during her tenure. From her constant struggle to find a competent pantsuit tailor, planning her next run for president, or the eventual domination of the world by Hillary, Oprah, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Beyoncé (don’t mess with Beyoncé. Seriously. She literally controls dragons.), no matter who you’re voting for in 2016, this book will brighten [...]

    13. Jennifer Clausen-greene on said:

      The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton is a book that was simply put, hilarious. I loved that I could pick a e-mail chain and rad through it as one long conversation and be rolling with laughter. even if you know nothing about national or international affairs, you will appreciate the humor of conspiracy theories that are laid out for you throughout this book. I simply shook my head and kept on reading, especially when it came to Putin who got the blunt end of alot of the jokes!This makes for a [...]

    14. Bryan Hall on said:

      A very fun and quick read -- with pages formatted to look like emails, there's a lot less text per page than a typical book so you can speed right through. I was afraid things might get obvious and repetitive, but it was brief enough that the recurring themes of pantsuits, eyeing a future presidential run (2012? No, 2016but maybe 2012?), and world domination with the Fun Four (Hillary, Gwyneth, Oprah, and a wonderfully-voiced, power-mad Beyonce) were mined for perfect humor. Also, excellent use [...]

    15. Elena Rodriguez on said:

      A quick and fun read. A bit repetitious after a while. (Yes, I got the recurring tropes, and could have used fewer repeat appearances/mentions of Prince and Beyonce.)Moe made me laugh a good number of times, especially in the first half. The premise was a bit slim for even this very short book. This is not the book to look to for incisive political satire. (For that, seek out Harry Shearer and his podcast, Le Show.) Bottom line: enjoyable, but slight. Would have done better as a much shorter mag [...]

    16. Melinda M on said:

      The Deleted E-Mails Of Hillary Clinton< A Parody by John Moe is a fast and funny read whether you follow politics, or love conspiracies or just want a laugh. It includes laugh at people known internationally such as Putin. It is a parody. It is a quick read. It can be read in one sitting or in small sections but either way you will be laughing. It makes a great gift . It also is a conversational starter so is a good table book as well. I received this book thru a Giveaway.

    17. Amy on said:

      This was a very fast read. The book itself is short anyway but it only took me an hour or two to read. Honestly, it would make me very happy if this is the type of thing they really found in Hillary's emails. If you enjoy John Moe and WITS, you will probably enjoy this book. It put a smile on my face.This review is in exchange for a free copy received from Bloggingforbooks.

    18. Karen on said:

      I read this book on a 2+ hour flight and hopefully managed to keep my laughter to a barely-disguised snort. I know I was shaking my shoulders to keep it all in at times. Not all of the pages are hilarious, but there is enough fun within this book to make the hours stuck in an airplane seat fly by quickly.

    19. David on said:

      light, quick read that is exactly what title suggests. Several running gags including her purported desire to be independent of any negative reputational fallout of Obama's decisions, to set herself up to run for President in '16obably the funniest shtick was her "Fun Four" pen pals Oprah, Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce scheming and plotting

    20. Pat on said:

      Read in 2015. I thought it was hilarious and touchingt a negative slant for a change, however, sheds light on Bill Clinton's literal absence from her life. . . Why am I reading about Hillary Clinton? . . . a search for knowledge about her as she campaigns.

    21. Gayle Burns on said:

      Pretty funny, and Lance of Cleveland did a great job on last night's debate pantsuit!

    22. Bethany on said:

      I may just be a sucker for John Moe's unique brand of humor, but this book was a lot of fun.

    23. Colleen on said:

      Eh this was no Bob Benchley. A very light 45 minute timewaster. Was expecting this to be funnier but found most of the jokes belabored.

    24. Sahickman on said:

      An amusing little humor book. The pantsuit, prince and Fab Four emails were the best. A quick read in this quirky election year.

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