My biggest surprise was that Going Rogue was apparently not “ghostwritten.” In a few places, I noticed sentences with “I” instead of “me” for the direct object — a mistake that a professional writer wouldn’t make. There is also a bit more use of “I” (at least, properly used as the subject) than a professional writer might use, even in an autobiography.
For real. The reviewer, one Clayton Cramer, then concedes, "It is possible that Going Rogue was ghostwritten; it just doesn’t read like it."
Leave it to PJs to assign this book to a guy -- who claims to have actually been a ghostwriter! -- with no concept of ghostwriting.