Peace Love & Petrol Bombs: a novel
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Wayne Foster is fed up. How long can you work a dead-end job as a full-time burger-flipper in a small town in Scotland before you start to wonder what comes next? Add a likeable geek with a love of political theory and an angry French anarchist, and suddenly you have a rebellion on your hands.
Told with humour and pathos, Peace, Love & Petrol Bombs is simultaneously an exploration of the individual in society, a rallying call to collective action and an argument for the contemporary importance of revolutionary politics. It is the modern working-class novel, rife with dry wit and disaffected humour – the perfect antidote to “serious” political fiction.
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