Popeater compares passages from Snooki's new novel with some other literary giants:
On the significance of place:
Didion: "A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it in his image."
Polizzi: "Gia had never before been in jail. It wasn't nearly as gritty and disgusting as she'd seen on TV prison shows. The Seaside Heights drunk tank — on a weekday afternoon — was as clean and quiet as a church."
And Galleycat reveals the sixth-most highlighted passage in the Kindle version of George W. Bush's Decision Points:
“When you know you have unconditional love, there is no point in rebellion and no need to fear failure. I was free to follow my instincts, enjoy my life, and love my parents as much as they loved me.”
Say, that kind of sounds like something Snooki would say:
"Money, success, none of that matters to me. All I want is love, giving it, getting it. So friggin' corny, but it's true."