"She’s produced a bestseller! 

Liz Truss’s new book has been out for less than 72 hours and it’s already sold out on Amazon. It’s currently reprinting but will be due back in stock early next week."



Spectator writes

"...Golly. Ten Years to Save the Westis part-memoir, part-political vision, documenting not only Truss’s 49 days in office but the twists and turns of her own political journey in and out of No. 10. At the time of writing, Mr S notes that Truss’s colourful newtell-all has taken first place in Amazon’s ‘biography and memoir’ bestseller chart — and it is the fifth most popular book being bought on the site overall. Liz-mania has taken hold…


[PopCon says: Liz Truss has just done the equivalent of saying "Look - The Emperor has no clothes" with her new book, which tells it like it really is. Judging by the book sales - away from the Westminster bubble - people want to find out more. That's in stark contrast to the rather sneery reviews and comments from the establishment - who would prefer you didn't know who is really in charge...] 

Read more about Liz's book:

Liz Truss interview: ‘The people who claim I crashed the economy are either very stupid or very malevolent’  - "I do think there is redemption for her among generous-minded people... there may even be headlines that say the unimaginable: “Liz Truss was right.” Telegraph: Allison Pearson

Exclusive: Liz Truss interview – ‘The world was safer when Trump was in charge’ - "Truss wouldn’t have announced her mini-Budget if she knew about the LDI situation" Spectator: Write up of highlights from video interview

Six things that stand out for me in Liz Truss book  - "The tyranny of the technocracy is a big theme of the book. She thinks there are too many officials with too much power and not enough accountability..." BBC: Chris Mason

Liz Truss was right: without growth, Britain is doomed - "Dynamic economies are built on low taxation and limited business regulation" Telegraph: Patrick Minford

And a couple of book reviews

Liz Truss’s riotous romp of a memoir proves she never stood a chance  - "If, like me, you think she was fundamentally right – that Britain is getting poorer because we’ve forgotten how to generate wealth – then how and why she failed demands some serious thought... But whether Trussonomics was sound or not isn’t the interesting point. It’s that she stood no chance of implementing even a relatively mild fiscal reform because of the “sheer power of the administrative state and its influence on the markets and the wider polity...” Telegraph: Tim Stanley book review 

And check out PopCon's Swift review of the book over on our blog. Swift says "This is probably the most searingly honest book by a politician since the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. And that, my friends, is a compliment.... Truss’s recipe ain’t at all bad, particularly as the first one is being a (proper) Conservative, and the second and third – fundamentally correct – are not just by passing a few laws, but by restructuring the state so that is genuinely reflects the views of ordinary citizens."

Plus you can check out the reviews, released with book, below:

“Anyone paying attention knows that we are in the midst of an existential fight for our values and way of life. Liz Truss has been on the front lines of that fight, standing firm against dictators abroad and woke establishment tyranny at home. The odds are stacked against us, but Truss knows what’s worth fighting for, and she reminds us in this remarkable book.”
Ted Cruz, United States Senator, bestselling author of One Vote, Justice Corrupted, and Unwoke: How to Defeat Cultural Marxism in America

“Liz Truss is right about one big thing—the old establishment economic models are failing. That’s bad news for the entire Western world. And she is right that the last thing any of us now needs is more socialism, more taxes, and more regulation. We need to reject that tiresome refrain of the Global Left and instead pursue an agenda that unleashes enterprise and boosts economic growth. “I commend this invigorating tract!”
Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 2019–2022

“By the time former heads of government get around to writing their memoirs, they usually look exclusively backward, focused only on legacy. This is not the case with former prime minister Liz Truss, and we are very fortunate that this is so. Truss is a true movement conservative who has served at the highest levels on the world stage, and in Ten Years to Save the West she diagnoses clearly and vividly the problems she found there. Western conservatism is under attack from inside and out, and this book is required reading for those all over the world who want to defend it. Liz Truss will be a leader in this fight for years to come, and her book pulls no punches in describing the stakes of today and the challenges of tomorrow.”
Mike Lee, United States Senator

“Liz Truss is that rare figure in the political arena today—a genuine leader of principle and conviction, who is willing to stand up and fight for policies that actually advance freedom and defend national sovereignty and self-determination. Ten Years to Save the West is vital and urgent reading for policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic. The West faces an era of dangerous, even irreversible decline unless we are willing to take action now to defend the very ideals that have driven its greatness. Like Margaret Thatcher before her, Liz is a true friend of the American people, and her spirited message in this book should be heeded on Capitol Hill and in the White House.”
Kevin Roberts, president of The Heritage Foundation

“Agree or disagree with Liz’s politics, she asks the right questions with an intellectual boldness rarely seen in modern politics. This book is a call to action against a resurgent authoritarian axis threatening freedom around the world and a reminder to keep faith with the values that have led to the greatest rise in prosperity in human history.”
—Garry Kasparov, World Chess Grand Master and political activist

“There are those who watch and those who do. Those who commentate and those who get their hands dirty. The cold and timid critics, and those actually in the arena. Liz Truss was in the fiercest arena of all, fighting for free-market principles against entrenched interests, fashionable pundits, and hostile officials. In the end, her opponents got the better of her. Now she has had a year to mull over what went wrong, and what conservatives need to do differently. So when she, of all people, tells us how the West can overcome its enemies, foreign and domestic, we should listen.”
—Daniel Hannan, Conservative member of the House of Lords and former Member of the European Parliament


Still hungry to read more?

This article by Andrew Pierce (Daily Mail) from back in Autumn 2023 gives some excellent background about Liz Truss' departure from No10. "Who really runs Britain? As Liz Truss returns to the political fray ANDREW PIERCE reveals the inside story of how she was driven out as Prime Minister by the 'Blob' "