But the article sums up the main points, such as Steve Bannon calling Trump's son Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyers "treasonous" and describing his daughter and senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump as "dumb as a brick".
Since the book was published about a week ago, it "has triggered a debate on whether Trump is qualified to be president, even in Western Europe", the newspaper said.
Trump denied he had given Wolff open access to his administration, insisting he had never spoken to the journalist for the book, which portrays the president as ignorant and mercurial, and his White House in a state of chaos.
The library district initially ordered four copies of "Fire and Fury", which have not been received yet, Pennell said. Bannon was also ousted Tuesday from his role at Breitbart in the wake of the book's publication.
For every 10 books Fire and Fury sold, the week's second best-selling book, The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn, sold.7 copies, according to data reported to USA TODAY's best-seller list.
A book about World War II has landed on three bestseller lists on Amazon after people bought the wrong Fire And Fury.
"It certainly wasn't something I expected, and it's certainly not something I feel good about", Wolff said on ABC's "The View" when asked if Bannon's leaving was a direct result of the book's publication.
"Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad s--, and I happen to think it's all of that, you should have called the Federal Bureau of Investigation immediately", Bannon allegedly said, according to Wolff. "I thought, well, it's not quite my fault, mate", he said. The publisher says the book is already in its eleventh printing in less than one week of publication, with more printings scheduled.
County Library Bullhead City branch manager, who likened reader response to demand for fiction such as the Harry Potter books. "I don't know why the democrats are so happy with this book and makeing a big deal of this!"
Others made clear they purchased Hanson's book intentionally or that they were intrigued by Hansen's book while searching for Wolff's.
The paper added that the "anti-Trump book is sweeping all over the world so Trump is being massively humiliated worldwide" and that "voices calling for the impeachment of Trump are on the rise not only in the United States but also overseas".