First, however, let me say: so much for my non-resolution resolutions.
But yes, your Ink-Stained Wretch of a Devolutionist reviewed a book on Amazon for the first time in his life (you thought perhaps he'd written something for a professional publication? HAHAHAHAHA!) The review is here, along with comments, and it is sublimely ridiculous. The writing of this review came about as an exercise to overcome writer's block one afternoon, and also to excise some of my annoyance at the daily fusillade of ridiculous bullshit that assaults me whenever I scan headlines on Google News.
The Devolutionist thought it self-evident that this review was essentially absurd but that did not stop the troglodytes from popping out of the woodwork. There are some moments where "the shit gets real," as the kids say, when your reviewer posited in a roundabout way that the author's motivation for writing this book came from some deep-seated racial angst. It is this thesis that the troglodytes take issue with, but that is to be expected. Your Devolutionist takes it as a given that much of the animosity towards President Obama stems from some deep-seated prejudicial attitudes towards and resentment of folks with dark skin; the history of race's influence on Americans is simply too extensive and deeply rooted in our shared history to not affect views of the country's first black president. Racial stereotypes work on us in ways we cannot even imagine.
For the record, your Devolutionist is a white guy in his mid-30s. He has no problem with affirmative action and thinks people who whine about these things because they feel threatened should get over it already.
Anyway, give the review a read. It's a short hop from here to the literature section of the New Yorker!