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More genius from the genius,
This review is from: Love, Poverty and War: Journeys and Essays (Paperback)
An excellent book indeed covering the whole vista of humanity and inhumanity.
I personally found some of the chapters in the "Love" part a little hard going as some of the writers didn't mean that much to me.
But parts 2 and 3 were brilliant and more than made up for that. His writings on the Northern Korean farce, Kashmir, the Iraq war and the foolish Michael Moore were especially entertaining and more accessible.
I am really becoming a fan of Mr Hitchens. He is so truthful. And yes the truth hurts , especially those who try and hide it, or hide from it.
Best writer of our time. Certainly the most truthful, backed up with reams of evidence and reason.