Niklas reviews

Niklas reviews

Niklas reads books and reviews them here.

Patrick Joyce - 'Going to my Father's House'

Patrick Joyce - 'Going to my Father's House'

A lovely ride through Ireland, decades, politics, religion, and England.

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Michael Beyea Reagan - 'Intersectional Class Struggle - Theory and Practice'

Michael Beyea Reagan - 'Intersectional Class Struggle - Theory and Practice'

An enchanting and richly woven thesis in book form that does its title justice.

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Noam Chomsky - 'The Precipice - Neoliberalism, the Pandemic, and the Urgent Need for Social Change'

Noam Chomsky - 'The Precipice - Neoliberalism, the Pandemic, and the Urgent Need for Social Change'

The latest urgent book of interviews with Noam Chomsky also includes words from Robert Pollin and Ha-Joon Chang.

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Julian Sancton - 'Madhouse at the End of the Earth'

Julian Sancton - 'Madhouse at the End of the Earth'

An extremely wild and entertaining adventure about humanity, life, and death. Men, huh?

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Genesis P. Orridge - 'Nonbinary'

Genesis P. Orridge - 'Nonbinary'

An interesting and slightly nauseating view of P. Orridge's life.

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Sinéad O'Connor - 'Rememberings'

Sinéad O'Connor - 'Rememberings'

Kicking against the pricks (and other stuff), O'Connor has created a beautiful, jagged, funny, and harrowing autobiography.

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Sarah Schulman - 'Let the Record Show, A Political History of ACT UP New York, 1987-1993'

Sarah Schulman - 'Let the Record Show, A Political History of ACT UP New York, 1987-1993'

A concise book around ACT UP, the HIV and AIDS epidemic, and resistence against annihilation.

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Geoff Dyer - 'See/Saw'

Geoff Dyer - 'See/Saw'

A truly eye-opening book that shows us ways to truly see photographs. A wonderful experience.

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