2/25/19

Deliverance from Stupidparty Land Book Review & Giveaway


By on 2/25/2019 09:15:00 AM

The past several years has certainly brought politics and a strong political divide to our country--as well as to our dinner tables and water cooler talks in a way that most of us have never experienced.  With corruption, greed, immorality and lies running rampant throughout every level of our government, many Americans have lost trust and have difficulty fully aligning themselves with any political candidate or party.  Personally, I find myself running a "middle ground"--somewhere between conservative and liberal.  Today, I am sharing my review of Deliverance from Stupidparty Land by Patrick M. Andendall.  What did I think of Deliverance from Stupidparty Land?


Book Title: Deliverance from Stupidparty Land by Patrick M. Andendall
Category: Adult Nonfiction, 428 pages
Genre: Political
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author or publisher for use in this review. 
 All opinions are my own.

About the Book

How did the US voluntarily arrive at the doorstep of its own demise? is homemade manmade Handmaid's Tale, where falsehoods and transparently mean-spirited claptrap trump facts and common decency--subverting naïve yet positive innocence into a malignant supremacist and myopic nationalistic agenda that is now aiming the planet's already rising temperature of self-harm? All this to cloak the true aspirations of the identified malevolent Oligarchs, who no longer lie quietly waiting.

The first book in this trilogy (Math v. Myth) exposed the blatant myths that now overshadow reality. The second book (Who is Jeb!!!) uncovered the horrible histories of the Bush dynasty--revealing how America, beginning with the JFK assassination, began its descent from being a force for good, to now having zero moral authority. Allies hold us in contempt; enemies nurture us.

We must understand the problem in order to visualize and actualize the solution. Since I fear the solution is unlikely to be enacted organically, we must prepare to seek a ballot-box-inspired intervention from a higher power--we must seek deliverance from our own collective folly, not from the heavens but from our own homegrown saviors, whom we created in the image of own inescapable delusions.

My Review

Deliverance from Stupidparty Land is Written for Liberal Readers. While this book is written from a strong, liberal stance--the author's writing style, level of research and presentation of his views makes this quite a read for readers from various political positions if read with an open mind.  Many of the author's political views are strong--but, he pulls from resources and sources to present his opinions and back up his positions.  While, I may not have agreed with every one of his positions and statements--I appreciated the details, the supporting materials and the development of this novel. 

Deliverance from Stupidparty Land is Not a Light Read.  The author offers detailed, intelligently presented arguments and points--with a lot of opinion and points to ponder within every section.  Expect to read carefully or miss some of the points as the book progresses.  I enjoyed the author's writing style and how he presented his views.  I found the book to be well organized and powerfully presented.  It isn't a light read--readers should expect to focus on the text at hand.  Instead, it is a detailed, political argument that offers readers many considerations related to our current political situation.

Would I recommend Deliverance from Stupidparty Land by Patrick M. Andendall?  This novel contains politically sensitive views that may offend some readers.   While I am not affiliated strongly with any party, I have views and opinions on certain subjects that indeed differed from the author's views.  However, the author's writing style and the presentation of his arguments were executed in a way that (generally) allowed me to respect his beliefs.  The book is definitely charged with sensitive, political and social views--and may not be for every reader.  Having said that, I enjoyed the author's writing style and his defending arguments supporting most of his commentary.  If you are looking for a liberal, political piece that is well written with well-drawn background and research--this book should catch your interest.  Do bear in mind--Andendall's views may differ significantly from your own, and much of his commentary is designed to strike a nerve and awaken readers.


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Meet the Author

Patrick Andendall has always had an interest in politics and, being multicultural, he views issues from a more international perspective. In 2004, five days before the election, he flew to Cleveland and pitched in to help with the political process. What he discovered was the dissolution of the American Dream, which he writes about in his book, Stupidparty.

Educated at English boarding schools from the age of seven, Andendall went on to graduate from Lancing College. He started by sometimes working three jobs at once, trainee Underwriter/claim broker at Lloyd’s of London, his own one-man cleaning Company (cleaning the very offices of a Reinsurance Company he would transact business at) plus doing seasonal work on various farms.

Having made some windfall profits by borrowing money in order to be a “Stag” to take advantage of opportunities created by Margaret Thatcher’s denationalization policies of the mid 1980s, Andendall evolved into an entrepreneur with a core specialty in Reinsurance in London and New York where he looks for patterns in numbers. Self-employed in a field not normally conducive to self-employment, he is able to remain in control, juggle different jobs, travel and pursue his various interests.

Ending up in New York via romance in the African bush, Andendall now lives on Long Island with his wife, two children, and two dogs.

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