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Flying Free
Flying Free
by Nigel Farage
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

42 of 121 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A complete Plane Crash of a book, 1 Oct. 2013
This review is from: Flying Free (Paperback)
A summary as follows:

Chapter 1 New Begginnings. Yes it is spelt like that. Also rather than being about new beginnings it appears to be a potted biography of the Marquis De Sade.

Chapter 2 New Buggerings. Nigel discusses a play he once saw. He never mentions the name of the play, what it was about or who was in it. Nevertheless he insists he would have made a better director.

Chapter 4 New Burgers. Don't know what happened to Chapter 3. Only one page. A crude photoshop of Nigel Farage holding an anthropomorphised England in his arms. The country is crying and Nigel is singing to it. "Hush little England don't you cry. Farage is going to sing you a lullaby."

Chapter 5 Ewe Begeinings. Another biography of Marquis De Sade. Even more libellous than the first.

Chapter 6 Noveau Begins. Farage discusses various conspiracy theories. Each anecdote ends with "needless to say, I was Flying Free".

Chapter 7 Neo Morpheous. Nigel offers a heartfelt but factually inaccurate synopsis of the Matrix trilogy. "Always bet on black, Neo. Always bet on black."

Chapter 8 Flying Free. Crayon pictures of Farage staggering out the place crash. Pages appear to be wet with either tears or semen.
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