John Heilemann Writing Styles in Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime

John Heilemann
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"Game Change" by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, is written in the third-person narrative. Both of the authors are reporters and political analysts. Therefore, the book is a combination of the reporting of actual facts and interviews as well as opinion based on the authors' experiences as professional analysts. There appears to be no particular slant or preconceived notions in the telling of the story of the 2008 Presidential Election. All of the four main figures in the book are described as having attributes as well as flaws. The story that emerges in "Game Change" is based on hundreds of interviews of people who were privy to the inner-workings of the campaigns.

The authors have a long career in the field of journalism and have earned their bona fides in political reporting. John Heilemann is the national political reporter and columnist for New York Magazine. He is an award...

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