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Lacking direction and overly paranoid,
This review is from: I Fought The Law - Laws Are Made To Be Broken - Aren't They? (Paperback)I feel a bit underwhelmed by this book. It would have made an excellent essay no doubt, but the author digresses far too much into other topics, and thus ends up exploring none of them in full depth.
Kieran is a good writer, but the whole "Ooooh look at me, I might get arrested!!" does get a bit tedious after a while. He does not quite seem to understand who or what he wishes to blame for some of the more ridiculous laws and practices we have in place or what can be done about it, apart from turning up at Parliament Square with a couple of mates and sandwiches.
I also found it unnecessarily paranoid and sensationalist in parts.
If anyone wants a truly eye-opening read about modern day British Justice and its countless absurdities, I suggest Inspector Gadget's "Perverting the Course of Justice" is a far better choice to start with.