One of the weakest, poorly written, one sided, and poorly researched books about Islam I have ever read Mr Spencer seems to have violated the standard code of ethics of literary work, he seems to have decided that instead of projecting an honest and academically accurate image of the world's fastest growing religion, he seems to have been dead locked with his one sided prejudice while determined on projecting his point of view onto the reader at any cost, including, but not limited to, misquotations or at best half quotations from the Quran, misinterpretation of text and portraying events as the norm rather than the exception. Mr Spencer seems to be blinded by his political ideology rather than driven by the desire to compile a true and accurate representation of Islam.
Before downloading this book, beware that the auther is an anti-Islam writer. He is the kind that goes deep into a book that was writen 400 years ago to justify his hatred for non-Christians.
We have predefined notions about any subject and we can argue endlessly to defend our notions and predefined belives. In this book the writer feeds the common white American everything that he already belives or wants to believe. The common white American gets to hear what he wants to hear and therefore agrees with everything that is being said. Only now he can relate his believes to skewed stories. An ideal recipe destined for success. Only one downside, this book only increases the misunderstanding between the two sides.