Top Ten Least Successful Books of 2011

As a public service for all of you last-minute shoppers, today we’re listing the top ten least successful books of 2011. How thoughtful of us.

Olivia Munn as a totally gratuitous naughty librarian.

10. “The Six Billion People You Won’t Meet in Heaven” by Christopher Hitchens

9. “Google for Homophobes” by Rick Santorum

8. “The Girl with the Gingrich Tattoo” by Stieg Larsson

7. “The Audacity of Abject Surrender” by Barack Obama

6. “Harry Potter and the Quiddich Locker-Room Showers” by JK Rowling and Jerry Sandusky

5. “Fannie and Freddie and Me: A Love Story” by Newt Gingrich

4. “I Am Curious (Orange)” by John Boehner

3. “Kim Jong Il – The Chippendale Years” by Kitty Kelly

2. “Stanley the Christmas Jew” by Pat Robertson

1. “Gingrich? Really? What the Fuck Do I Have to Do, Blow Each of You Individually?” A Political Diary by Mitt Romney


So that’s it. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!


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5 Responses to “Top Ten Least Successful Books of 2011”

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    That poor woman’s picture is now going to follow her throughout her librarian career… IF she has one any more. Thanks, internet!

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