The Rage and the Pride
Iíll say; each word drips with Ms. Fallaciís rage,
and her pride. Iíve
never read a book more perfectly titled.
The preface, a good 25% of the small volume, puts you on
the fast track, which you wonít get off of until the ride is
over. Your first
feeling may be akin to the one you get when you ask your uncle
how his trip to France was.
You know, when you realize heís actually going to tell
you all about it. But
in this case youíre quickly hooked by the logic packaged in
what you may at first mistake for emotion, but quickly recognize
There is nothing else to say about the book except that
itís a narrative that comes to a fine point in spite of its
high-speed, hardedge delivery.
Run to your
local bookstore and grab a copy; you'll not regret it.
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