- As 9/11 skepticism matures into a mass movement, the time has come for a bold new voice.
- The first humorous book on 9/11, and outrageously so. Barrett sends critics like Sean Hannity, politicians and the Secret Service packing.
- Topics include: 9/11, academic freedom, Islam, autobiography, humor, why people can't see 9/11 was an inside job, bigotry, media bias, return to American ideals.
- "What a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful book! It had me immersed, engrossed, enraged, and rolling in the aisles by turns, and sometimes all at once. It's got a great variety of voices in one way--academic seriousness, then the riotous satires and the purposeful "disrespect"— or better, a great variety of tones, but only one voice, Kevin's, comes through, and it's a great one--big and full, life-dedicated, engaging, inviting, setting of a real-life example of what many of us wish we could be, aimed at the good of all, and absolutely, utterly unflinching. It's a gem, to my knowledge unique so far among 9/11 books, and it ought to reach and reach and reach audiences who haven't yet been brought in. Major congratulations to the author! I can't say it'll be easy waiting for it to come out in its final form.
We need a hundred thousand Kevin Barretts. Seeing as how we've got only one, we'd better value him as we would the thousands..." -Eric Larsen, author of A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit
- Written by Kevin Barrett
- Paperback, 224 pages