When someone calls a book an expose, I expect exposing. In the one area where this is supposed to be strongest, being the "real truth," the most interesting parts of the story are basically skimmed over in favor of spending countless pages on crappy personal drama and catty arguments.
Considering Popoff's horrendous reputation, I thought an insider would have way more insight. Instead, it seems like Sanchez's biggest problem were that the people weren't nice enough and that the ones at the top were really rich. No kidding? We knew that and we didn't need to read one page to know that.
Also, while I understand that this book is self-published, the spelling, grammar, and phrasing make this book a very difficult read. I made it through because I was interested in the subject but there are so many misspellings, misuses of words, wrong words altogether, and so on that I almost punched out on this book on many occasions. Even in a paragraph where the author was talking about how educated she was, she had grammatical and spelling issues.
What it comes down to is this: the book would've been better with an editor. An editor would've fixed the bad writing and kept the story more focused in a certain direction, which in the end is really what this story needs: focus.
Not a bad book, I just would've liked more meat, less interpersonal drama, and a cleaner read. Maybe next time.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)