Craig Campbell

Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (13 of 17)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 85,014 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 17
Why Are We The Good Guys?: Reclaiming Your Mind Fr&hellip by David Cromwell
5.0 out of 5 stars Must-read, 9 July 2014
IF you care about the real news behind what they read out on Britain's major channels, and in the papers, this is for you.
Nice writing style, dealing with big issues in a straightforward way.
Already bought more of his books before I'd finished it.
I hope there are more to come.
Boyhood Island (Knausgaard) by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Boyhood Island (Knausgaard) by Karl Ove Knausgaard
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bring on the next one!, 30 May 2014
I JUST love this guy's writing, and that's now a perfect first three volumes. Forget all the hype and just get lost in these wonderful, Proustian paragraphs. An amazing talent, utterly addictive.
Absolutely recommended.
My Promised Land: the triumph and tragedy of Israe&hellip by Ari Shavit
A VERY well-written, in-depth look inside Israel, and at all that surrounds it.
Whatever you think of how the nation was born, and how it has handled itself since, it's a fascinating, mostly dark story.
I hope the future - for Israel and its neighbours - is brighter, and there are some things here to give you hope, along with more things to make you worry.
How could a people who suffered so much then inflict suffering on others, and kick them off their land? Why in 70 years haven't all sides been able to sit down and talk, and why when it was attempted did one side or other refuse to listen?
What has the outside world done to help, and why has it helped one side at… Read more