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    Interesting, June 24, 2004

    Reviewer: Joe Suchta (Brooklyn, NY United States)

    Wow. This was a real-load-in-the-pants. I'm surprised that anyone would actually publish this. I guess that a perk when you're on TV. The writing was at about a 12th grade level, which is surprising, considering that O'Reilly speaks like a nine year old child. I think this book would make good reading for inmates in Abu Ghraib.


    Who should know more about fiction than Bill O'Reilly..., November 18, 2005

    Reviewer: R. Cowling "RC" (Mid Michigan)

    It's somehow fitting that Bill O'Reilly would write a work of fiction considering the massive quantities of works of fiction that he has brought to the public's eye.

    If it wasn't for the Fox corporations role as GOP cheerleading squad, Bill O'Reilly would have lasted less than a week and the FCC would have closed down Fox News as being irrelevant and working against the public good.

    That hot tempered and short fused O'Reilly could actually sit long enough to 'write' a book is encouraging, but anger management and a grasp of intellectuality has to take a bigger hold.

    Perhaps if this book flops, Bill will realize that the bombast is wearing thin and that in the future he won't be able to sell anything because he already sold his highest commodity, his integrity...

    America is full of false profits feverishly playing their part in the GOP kabuki to distract them from what is happening to their country.

    Bill should stick to fiction. It's what he has sold his soul for...


    Falafel-icious!, November 2, 2005

    Reviewer: Mrs. Tarquin Biscuitbarrel (Undisclosed Location)

    Rarely does my husband, the manly Mr. Biscuitbarrel, allow me to read books in which fornication takes place. I submit to this headship, for who knows what illicit ideas might take root in the fertile soil of my femininity? However, because the author of this novel is Bill O'Reilly, it aroused no suspicion on our marital nightstand. I felt very cheated to learn that many of the lubricious scenes that Mr. O'Reilly presents in this novel already have been made available to the reading public at no cost. The transcripts of his courtroom trial available on-line indicate that Mr. O'Reilly was so very proud of "Those Who Trespass," especially the shower scenes, that he recited or read lengthy excerpts from this novel aloud to a former subordinate co-worker. Miss M-----s was so distraught that she brought suit and received a seven-figure settlement. Would that all of Mr. O'Reilly's readers were so fortunate.


    Lurid Sex Scenes, October 19, 2004

    Reviewer: Mark Twain "Sam" (Florida, MO USA

    Probably the most memorable scene in the book is when the hero, a man much like O'Reilly himself, pleasures himself with a giant japanese vibrator while conducting 'business' on the phone. There's also a great shower scene involving middle-east food, but I don't want to give too much away. Clearly, O'Reilly has had a lot of experience with kinky sex. A steamy read.


    What a Book!, June 20, 2005

    Reviewer: J. Crosby (Midwest)

    What an amazing book! There's nothing more highbrow than crack pipes, "that fellatio business," and "most sensitive erogenous zones." One day this novel will be taught in college-level American Literature classes all over the country, right alongside other classics such as The Red Badge of Courage, The Last of the Mohicans, and The Sound and the Fury. Thank God we have upright, moral man like Bill O'Reilly writing books like this and critiquing those godless liberals who write left-wing trash like "It Takes A Village."





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