This is an interesting oddity for the collector of left wing communist thought. However, the inclusion of line art and pictures from popular culture adds little to its narrative exposition of syndicalist theory. The book is written in a style who's inconsistancy is a far cry from most council communist pamphlets (even those written in the 1920's have more grace than this book).
The story, being a mystery-adventure, sees revolutionary theory transplanted from the tradition of Hegel and Marx to a crude version of the Belgian ligne claire style. It's swearking, social unrest, revolution and violence by the numbers, and the reader will feel ultimatelky unsatisfied. The collector may like to add this to his or her collection of Bordigan and left-communist writings in the curio section.