61. No. 1 with a Bullet by Jacob Semahn
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I could analyze this as it presents itself as something to be analyzed but it wasn't good enough to waste my time looking any deeper. The book is out to deal with an "issue", proof found in the ending of interviews, essays and "what to do if" articles. "Issue" books annoy me. If a book is poignant and has meaning then that's a good thing but don't start out with an issue and write around it to the detriment of the story. Anyway, the book deals with internet stalking and lack of personal privacy.