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eBook The No Spin Zone: Confrontations with the Powerful and Famous in America download ISBN: 055352836X
Author: Bill O'Reilly
Publisher: Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (October 16, 2001)
Language: English
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Category: Political
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The No Spin Zone book. Bill O'Reilly is even madder today than when he wrote his last book, The O'Reilly Factor, and his fans love him even more. He's mad because things have gone from bad to worse in politics, in Hollywood, in every is the real McCoy. He's the best reporter I've seen in year. e's smart, well-read, has good value. nd he is fearless in picking targets.

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In the No-Spin Zone (originally conceived for his TV show) . O'Reilly tries to top his best-selling The O'Reilly Factor with more acerbic bons mots on life in America. Typical Bill O'Reilly with lots of I this and that. Read the factor first and enjoyed it more.

In the No-Spin Zone (originally conceived for his TV show), "lies are rejected and equivocations are mocked. All I ask is for powerful people to respond honestly to the questions, and if they can't, explain why," says O'Reilly.

Bill O'Reilly is even madder today than when he wrote his last book, "The O'Reilly Factor, and his fans love him .

Bill O'Reilly is even madder today than when he wrote his last book, "The O'Reilly Factor, and his fans love him even more. He's mad because things have gone from bad to worse in politics, in Hollywood, in every social stratum of the nation. True to its title, "The No Spin Zone cuts through all the rhetoric that some of O'Reilly's most infamous guests have spewed to expose what's really on their minds, while sharing plenty of his own emphatic counterpoints along the way.

Bill O’Reilly is even madder today than when he wrote his last book The O’Reilly Factor–and his fans love him .

Bill O’Reilly is even madder today than when he wrote his last book The O’Reilly Factor–and his fans love him even more. He’s mad because things have gone from bad to worse, in politics, in Hollywood, in every social stratum of the nation. True to its title, The No-Spin Zone cuts through all the rhetoric that some of O’Reilly’s most infamous guests have spewed to expose what’s really on their minds, while sharing plenty of his own emphatic counterpoints along the way.

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In his 2001 book, The No Spin Zone: Confrontations with the Powerful and Famous in America, which details his stint as a CBS News reporter, O'Reilly writes: "You know that I am not easily shocked. I've reported on the ground in active war zones from El Salvador to the Falklands. I've reported on the ground in active war zones from El Salvador to the Falklands

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Read by The AuthorFour cassettes, 6 hoursBill O'Reilly is even madder than when he wrote his mega-bestseller THE O'REILLY FACTOR-and his fans love him even more. He's mad because things have gone from bad to worse, in politics, in Hollywood, in every social stratum of the nation. True to its title, THE NO-SPIN ZONE cuts through all the rhetoric that some of O'Reilly's most infamous guests have spewed to expose what's really on their minds, while sharing plenty of his own emphatic counterpoints along the way.Shining a searing spotlight on everyone from Dubya to Susan Sarandon to Chyna to Dick Morris, THE NO-SPIN ZONE is laced with the kind of straight shooting commentary that has made O'Reilly the voice of middle America's disenfranchised. Examing Medicare with the same feistiness as the death penalty (which he opposes), THE NO-SPIN ZONE delivers not only his opinion, but the documented attitudes of the country's movers and shakers as well.Regularly surpassing Larry King Live as cable TV's #1 talk show, The O'Reilly Factor is destined to capture an even wider audience over the next year as millions more viewers enter his No-Spin Zone.
Comments: (7)
Flarik
I had never heard of Bill O'Reilly before, so I bought the book because the subject matter sounded interesting, and I thought it would give me a quick insight into this popular personality. He has some interesting stories about his interviews with famous people, but what surprised me the most was how he prefaced every story with how dramatic and insightful his questions were, but yet the stories frequently turned out to be rather bland and ordinary. This guy obviously is in love with himself, and greatly over-values his interviewing ability, but I have to give him credit for attacking the B.S. spun by cynical public figures. We desperately need guys like this - I just wish he'd let his Press Agent do the patting on the back. For a guy who so vehemently attacks the the "spin zone" of public figures, he does a significant amount of web-spinning around his own performance.
TheFresh
I loved the first book and pre-ordered this one months in advance. While I did enjoy it, I agree with some of the other reviewers that thought it fell a little short. As someone who is not an avid reader, I do appreciate the quick and easy read, however it didn't provide much of anything beyond what regular viewers already know. I would like to see Bill wait a few more years and do a larger compendium release with a whole cross-section of interviews instead of a mere handful of the most popular with a few quick comments. I'd love to know what goes on behind the scenes and some of the conversations off-camera. Not a bad book, but not quite up to expectations either. On another note, I feel sorry for some of the "reviewers" on here who are so filled with hatred. Maybe they should stick with Oprah's Book Club. Have they nothing better to do?
Talrajas
GIFT FOR MOM SHE WAS THRILLED
Delaath
I used to watch hos show but haven't for several years. I don't remember even buying this book.
Buge
This book is very good, but not nearly as good as The O'Reilly Factor: The Good, the Bad, and the Completely Ridiculous in American Life. The first book was much better. In this follow up O'Reilly takes a one or two page excerpt from interviews he's done on his show, then uses nine or ten pages to tell why the "opponent" is wrong. Since O'Reilly uses about ten more pages than his "opponent" to get his point across, you can either agree with him or throw the book in the corner. I would much rather O'Reilly just go on rants of his own, rather than try to make himself look better by putting down one of his "opponents". And why does he refer to his guests as "opponents", is this really a contest or is it journalism?
zzzachibis
Okay, I admit it - I enjoy Bill O'Reilly. I watch the O'Reilly Factor on Fox News and listen to the Radio Factor. With that said, I think this is a book that fans of O'Reilly will enjoy. Interesting, quick hitting stories that are O'Reilly's trademark. In this book he confronts George W. Bush, Susan Sarandon, Rev. Sharpton, and even the Clintons. Some of the stories are takes right from the Factor.
A bit of criticism - I would have preferred a bit more depth. O'Reilly continued to do in the written form what he does on the air - short and pithy. With a book, he could have provided much more opinion and fact than he can during his shows. Even so, a fun read.
Anen
Have been watching O'Reilly for a couple of years now, and appreciate his direct, no nonsense style, and his ruthless tenacity in pursuing under reported but important issues and people.
All of that is present in spades in this book.... He writes with the same staccato style he uses on his program, wherein lies my criticism. I would rate the book at five stars, but much of the book is transcriptions of his TV show (which I have already seen) and I was hoping for more new information and insights. Good reading for O'Reilly neophytes or if to get a different view of the people and issues he takes on.
Liked the book. Typical Bill O'Reilly with lots of I this and that. Read the factor first and enjoyed it more.