The Mind Behind Nathan Barley And Dead Set On Moderate Form
Advantages: A great book for scathing satire on the state of television and pop culture. Cutting, but human.
Disadvantages: Not Charlie Brooker at his best. A few articles resemble his imitators more than his peak form.
If you've not heard of Charlie Brooker, chances are you don't live in Great Britain or you don't watch many of the panel shows where he's been earning his keep recently. Self-deprecating isn't the half of it, he'll deprecate anything that moves - the arc ...
Ouroborussian 04.09.2010 · Read full review
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