He's brash, brilliant, and drawn to controversy like a moth to a flame. For decades, Mark Steyn has dazzled audiences around the world with his raucous wit and brutal honesty. Whether he's sounding off on the tyranny of political correctness, the existential threat of Islamic extremism, the "nationalization" of the family, or the "near suicidal stupidity" of America's immigration regime, Steyn is always provocative - and often laugh-out-loud hilarious. The Undocumented Mark Steyn gathers Steyn's best columns in a timeless and indispensable guide to the end of the world as we know it.
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Only Mark Steyn could narrate his own book and bring his words to life. He reads like he wrote it -- with passion and wit.
Mark Steyn may very well be the Mark Twain of our day. and I am looking forward to his future novels like Twain such as "The Prince and the Paparazzi," "Pudd'nHead Barryc" or "A New Hampshire Yankee in King Arthur's Court." And, Mark may get around to penning the lyrics to "Ma Ma My Sharia" to the tune of "My Sharonna."No matter what the work, however, Mark will be poignant, timely and bring a smile to your face even as the world as we know it comes to an all-too-abrupt end.
I always get a chuckle from Mark Steyn columns, and this is a collection of his best. Even better, they are read by him and come across as just him telling stories in a conversation. My wife and I both really enjoyed this one.
I don't normally like compilations, it seems cheating a bit, but this was well worth it. He makes the case for the existential threat that western civilization ignores. Many probably won't listen, too bad for us all.
Mark has consistently moved me for years to laugh and cry at his many insights. Wish that he were not so perspicacious as to the West's implosion.
Mark, please narrate the rest of your books! The content and selection of past works was amazing. So many of these pieces from many years ago still ring eerily true of today's political and cultural climate. The new world's going to need Mark Steyn.
Mark Stein puts perspective on what society today has become. Can't even begin to describe how excellent this book is the mirror that America needs to look into. For all those fucktards liberals out there, if you find yourself in disagreement more often than not, perhaps you should consider moving the fuck out of our beloved country.
Deranged, easily-bored, eclectic, sci-fi nerd.
Someone with an infantile mind might enjoy this more than I.
I normally like Steyn's pithy commentary, but this was a disappointingly long, pathetic, slightly maudlin biography.
Mark Steyn sounded like Mark Steyn - very authentic.
I would have cut the last 95% of the book, if I were editor.
This was very disappointing - waste of time and money.
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