An Inconvenient Book

  • by Glenn Beck
  • Narrated by Glenn Beck
  • 6 hrs and 29 mins
  • Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The world is a mess. It seems that everywhere listeners turn, there's another problem:
Iran is developing nuclear capabilities.

Public schools actually seem to be making our kids dumber.

Charlie Sheen has a hit sitcom.

Obesity is a national epidemic.

The divorce rate is rising faster than gas prices.

Really: Charlie Sheen has a hit sitcom!

And people are more interested in voting for the next American Idol than American President.
This just barely scratches the surface. Sadly, there's no shortage of problems - what is needed now are solutions. If only there was a man who could simplify things, cut through the rhetoric, and fix everything. Then, if he was just able to put all of that insight into something that people could a store and, that would great.
Wait a minute!
An Inconvenient Book is that very something: the one source for the Real Story behind the problems that seemed too big and complicated to solve (until now) plus their common-sense solutions. Think of it as a Hints from Heloise that's less "getting red wine out of your carpet" and more "keeping illegal aliens out of your country".


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Waste of Time and Money

If only I could get my $$ and time back from listening to this book. 6.5 hours of my life I'll never get back. Beck claims to have the answers to the biggest problems facing America today in this book. How does tricking your wife into thinking you watched the "bonnet movie" so she will have sex with you affect the well being of the United States?? This guy is a joke and its so sad that people actually take him seriously! The over the top masculinity is so annoying, it was like listening to a 6 hour Budweiser commercial or watching boys smash cans on there heads for hours.
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- Crystal

Scary Ending

Glenn's self-read audiobook was great, following along with his ADD-fast speech and occasional 'oh look a butterfly' distraction moments throughout. Most is comfortable and familiar, but with more depth than a half-hour TV show. However, the last chapter was a shocker, especially scary -- relating to the illegal immigration situation and his research (maybe I just missed that in the newspapers? I think that's the point!).

I heartily recommend this book; I'll leave the surprise to the listener to figure out.
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- Thomas

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-13-2007
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio