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Assassination Vacation by Sarah Vowell

Sarah Vowell

The book is the perfect example of a book that uses the 9/11 conspiracy theory as its title and as a plot device, with an assassin being sent to New York to kill "a famous and powerful person". But while this supposed plot device sounds like a good idea in theory, the story itself is not so simple.The book contains many different ideas, which are presented in order to make each idea look more interesting. The author uses all kinds of techniques such as catching readers off guard (to make them wonder what is going on) or making them think they know what is happening (to confuse the reader). In addition, she often deliberately makes vague statements to keep her readers guessing.

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Assassination Vacation by Sarah Vowell is an entertaining and informative memoir about the author's adventures in the world of espionage. The book is short, readable, and has a good balance between comedy and tragedy. It is a first-person narrative, as Vowell describes her experiences during her time as an agent for the CIA during the cold war. It also includes some historical and fictional information about the events that occurred during her time working for the agency.I found Assasination
I needed to write a literature review about Assassination Vacation and Anna books. I read Assassination Vacation with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Sarah Vowell is a wonderful writer.