Revolution by Russell Brand

Author(s): Russell Brand
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Year of Publication: 2014
Number of Pages: 320
Genre: Non-Fiction, Politics
Revolution (Amazon UK) | Revolution (Amazon US)

Revolution was riddled with pure affectation and ostentation, from start to finish. Brand’s rambling prose conveyed nothing; instead what seemed more important to him was to ensure that he inserted as many pompous and bombastic words into his sentences as possible. Naturally, one’s irritation grows with each page that’s turned as Brand continues to dwell on the same point with the implication that there’s going to be an astounding conclusion; alas, we are invariably left disappointed as the chapter comes to an abrupt end, marking the beginning of yet another frivolous rant.

I have to confess that I closed the book for good by about the tenth chapter, as there’s only so much vacuous tripe that a person can withstand before feeling inclined to drive a nail through one’s head.

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