There is something in the words here that really speaks to me. A middle aged man who has viewed the wider events spoken about here and has celebrated the victories of empowerment for women.
An intriguing read of a world with no technology. A world of feet and animals for transport instead of bikes and cars. Where food was grown and killed for eating and hot water shared as though it was currency.
A story that reminds us that life can take so many roads depending on circumstance
Yep, this is a crime novel. Yep, there are twists and turns and yep the ending is good. How they get there is worth your time which is the most important part.
the wild rover The autobiography of Tomas O Cinneide Translated by Padraig Tyers Mercier Press Well we all have one book in us and this is Tomas O Cineides one. His life story Begins with the pure poverty which so many people were born into over a century ago. It doesn’t get much better as … Continue reading Book of the Week – the wild Rover
The book reads like a film in itself with hotel parties, house parties and pubs overflowing with actors, extras and movie workers spending their money with great ease.
Through the pages we get to know the characters, ordinary people living ordinary lives. These are the people in my world, the people in my job, the people I went to school with.
Punk rock, critiques of capital, Karl Marx and cultural theory as we have run out of world to cannibalize and commodify
This book move from one madcap Adventure to another bound by history.
Billy Bragg writes about freedom, liberty and accountability as we try and figure our way through the mess of the 21st Century