It was not well-reviewed, though there are some positive reviews out there.
Have a cup of coffee with me (or choose your favorite beverage)
and join me at the weekly T Stands for Tuesday blogger gathering hosted by Bleubeard and Elizabeth.
Warning, political comment ahead:
"Lies can have terrible consequences." If you're getting your news and commentary from FOX, please stop. Actually if you're getting your news from any one source, please stop. Look for sources of actual factual reporting. If you like their commentary, all the better. I'd suggest checking out my own Twitter news list. (I'd welcome suggestions for other news sources to include.) Fact-check even your favorite and trusted sources. Everybody makes mistakes, after all. Do your best not to be part of the problem. As the saying goes, "A lie can travel around the world while the truth is still lacing up its boots," so it behooves us all to let the lie stop with us and not repeat it and spread it further.
The following video from Jim Acosta (CNN) calls out FOX for its lies:
I found that video on The Mary Sue blog, where they say, "Jim Acosta took on Fox News in a searing indictment of their relentless lies and bad faith messaging." The Mary Sue is a fun source of commentary, describing themselves as "the geek girl’s guide to the universe."