I picked it up this morning and read page after page because I wanted to know what would happen next. I read some parts twice because I knew they were important, and even laughed outloud! Here are a few quotes to give you an idea about this book:
"It's extremely easy to be mean to people you don't really know."
"...a good lie can be very convincing, even to a facttracker...sometimes factchecking is more important than facttracking..."
"When you've tracked facts as long as I have, you don't need a veriscope. My eyes are my veriscope."
"If you could weigh the United States, its center of gravity would be Friend, Nebraska..."
But, you might be wondering, what is this book about?
Here's just one more quote for you that might help with that question:
"There will always be lies, and there will always be liars...the true test of a society isn't how many lies it has; it's how many it believes..."