The Amazon Books best seller list usually tells the story of where we are in America right.
If you can read, this is the best way take to the public’s pulse. And right now, the top 4 books paint this picture accurately.
They are in, order:
John Bolton’s “In the Room Where it Happened,” which arrives tomorrow with huge pre-sales and fanfare. Bolton is doing a victory lap on ABC News this week, starting last night with Martha Raddatz’s prime time special. The New York Times panned it, but everyone wants it.
Number 2 is Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism.” Jimmy Fallon had DiAngelo had on last week, which was pretty interesting in itself but also because he’s apologizing for a long ago blackface skit.
Number 3: “How to be Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi, a manual for all of us, highly praised.
Number 4: Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, daughter of his dead brother Fred Jr., is possibly violating NDA’s she signed with our waning leader. “”Too Much and Not Enough” — if it gets published– will finally reveal the family’s dirty secrets. Not published until July 28th but already number 4.