Single Acts of Tyranny Paperback – 30 Aug 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
He goes on to show how we could be so much better off without them and how a tiny government that left us alone, would be a vast improvement on this lot. The book was written last year and yet it is uncannily accurate. If you hate what's going on and are looking for an alternative, read it, you might be pleasantly surprised as some of your most basic assumptions are challenged"
I loved the story and the politics doesn't overwhelm the plot or the really sharp dialogue. It's a brilliant book and it doesn't totally surprise me that the establishment publishers wouldn't pick this up. They want you to stay ignorant. Don't be.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a libertarian free marketeer and having read the rave reviews of this book I was keen to read it. Read morePublished on 20 Dec. 2011 by Cuffleyburgers
Now what to say about this book? Well it's a pulp fiction type novel (or to be honest, more of a film script) which nips along quite readily and the main characters are... Read morePublished on 27 May 2009 by George Hedge
I thorougly enjoyed reading Single Acts of Tyranny as it was not only informative but a great read. The storyline became so interesting that I couldn't put the book down, I had to... Read morePublished on 14 May 2009 by J. MCCALL
Single Acts of Tyranny
Single Acts of Tyranny is an exploration of idealism versus realism from the author's perspective. Read more
What a good read.... I couldn't put it down. It makes you stop and think about how this counrty is run concerning tax,schooling and the national health service etc. Read morePublished on 15 Dec. 2008 by J. M. Webber