Feldman Hate Campaign Used to Sell More Books

They say that any press is good press and in the case of Deborah Feldman that couldn’t be more truthful. Ever since her book, Unorthodox, hit the stores there has been a heated debate among the very community she seeks to distance herself from and until now, no one has done any research into why and how the hateful campaign against a memoir started. In general memoirs are never thought to be accurate or exact in the first place and seldom do they receive as much attention as this one did, in fact many people believe that Unorthodox only became a best seller because of the strategic hate campaign devised by Feldman herself.

It’s pretty strange that Amazon was the first place that these “anti-Feldman” people sought to attack. Countless false reviews of a book they have never read were posted by random people on Amazon. Ironically, as the book reviews plunged the book started selling more copies. This could only be the work of a masterful marketing strategist who knows how to kindle the flames of curiosity. Then came the blog “Deborah-Feldman Exposed“, many people in the literarry world couldn’t figure out what someone was exposing when it was merely a memoir, which means it’s semi-fiction in the first place.

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