?An ironic and sophisticated novel about the crossovers between fascism and anarchism. Who would have guessed it? Home as the saviour of Eng Lit? i-D ?Home cleverly satirises the bickering and in-fighting which characterise radical politics? Big Issue ?Revolutionary theory has never been easier to read? SelectVom Verlag:
As the leader of Class Justice, Steve Drummond has the London anarchist situation in his pocket, until Swift Nick Carter makes his return to the political scene. Unlike Drummond, Carter believes there's more to starting a revolution than claiming the credit every time trouble breaks out on the rundown inner city London estates. Soon Drummond finds himself drawn into a local conflict between a crew of anarchists and a fascist fringe where events start to get murderously personal. As the tempo of bombings and assassinations speeds up all across London, from Whitehall to Brixton, it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish the warring parties. Finally, as the plot races to its cataclysmic conclusion, anarchism and fascism are revealed as mirror images of each other. Stewart Home's ongoing satire of urban subcultures has never been so fierce, furious or entertaining.
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