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5.0 out of 5 stars
A brilliant satire, 15 May 2006
Controversial and criticised by many, Checkpoint is a stark satire on political activism. While the characters are intentionally simple, perhaps even a bit 2D, there is evidence that plenty of research has gone into presenting the reader with real facts and a true representation of the frustration and impotence felt by a significant proportion of our generation. It's funny, sometimes ridiculous and well worth the read.