James O’Brien’s book How To Be Right has been spotted in the online equivalent of the remaindered pile.
His book, which only came out three months ago, has had its price slashed from £12.99 to 99p. This is not a sign of success.
Normally I’d be far too generous and sweet-natured to gloat over a fellow author’s failure – even an author as irksome and vindictive as James O’Brien, a self-hating public schoolboy with a radio show in which he rants about how awful Brexit it is and accuses everyone who disagrees with him of being a racist.
But on this occasion, I have to make an exception. Here is why:
— Peter Sissons (@SissonsPeter) August 21, 2019