Levi Johnston isn’t pulling any punches with his tell-all memoir, “Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs.” The book chronicles his experiences with the Palins, from his relationship with baby mama Bristol Palin to living with the family in 2009.
That year, Johnston spoke to Vanity Fair about life with Sarah. “There wasn’t much parenting in that house,” he told the mag. “Sarah doesn’t cook, Todd
doesn’t cook – the kids would do it all themselves.” (We’re not sure how cooking equals parenting, but okay, Levi!)
The not-so-subtle book cover features Johnston dressed in hunting camouflage, hiding in bushes as headlights catch him. It’ll be available in hardcover on Sept. 27, 2011. The official description on Amazon reads, “Levi Johnston sets out to clear his name, shed light on the Palins, and
take us all up to Wasilla to see what it is like to grow up in Alaska.”
Hmm. Will you be picking up a copy in September? What do you think about Johnston’s expose on his son’s grandmother? Weigh in below in the comments section.