Palin's Book Will Settle Scores With McCain Aides
Details dribbling out; 5 'very long' chapters
By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 11, 2009 3:22 PM CST
In this book cover image released by Harper, "Going Rogue: An American Life," by Sarah Palin, is shown.   (AP Photo/Harper)

(Newser) – Can't wait to find out what's in Sarah Palin's Going Rogue? It's not out until next Tuesday, but Mark Halperin has some info at his political blog at Time. The book has:

  • The names of McCain aides she believes undermined her candidacy.
  • Lots of scorn for the media.
  • A testimonial to the importance of faith in her life.
  • A "warm and personal tone" written in her own voice.
  • Only five chapters, but they are "very, very long."

Some things not in the book:

  • Lots of talk on national policy.
  • An index—meaning that anyone who wants to know if they have been mentioned will have to read the whole thing. (Sorry, Levi.)