I've never been a diehard Palin gossip obsessive, but over the years it's been hard to avoid all the tidbits about Bristol and Levi. I thought this book at the least would be amusing - and luckily Levi and his ghost writers have come up with exactly that - an amusing and sometimes surprisingly insightful quick read.
Ultimately, Levi's no perfect angel - a high school drop out who's done his best to support his child in light of the drama and hoopla around the Palin family. If anything, this book has stoked my interested in following the dynamic between Sarah and Bristol Palin - hopefully some day Bristol will write her own tell all, hopefully telling that horrible "Mommy Sarah" off once and for all.
Oh, and Bristol and Levi's child Tripp wasn't a surprise - Bristol voiced her want for a child, and Levi notes that he wasn't really paying attention to the particulars. Thus Sarah Palin's spinning of the child as a teenage accident is a load of crap - I had a laugh when Levi describes how Bristol mentioned Sarah wanted her to develop a career speaking for teen abstinence, and Bristol had to ask what abstinence was.
Surprisingly good book. It seems Levi truly loved Bristol, but Sarah's run for the vice presidency, politics and power got in the way. Quick, easy read.
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