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Peace, Love, and Petrol Bombs reviewed in Popmatters

June 25, 2011

An eloquent and thoughtful review by John L. Murphy:

‘Peace, Love & Petrol Bombs’ Is a Humorous and Poignant Novel About Anarchism – Possibly a First… Johnston illustrates deftly the predicament of how we consume, how few options many workers have for meals and for shopping, how we work for the chain store and how we eat at the logo-laden franchises. He vividly dramatizes the automated regimen behind the grill, as relentless as any endured in Dickensian times… this genial, engaging, yet serious search for meaning in a commodified global culture deserves wide acclaim… thoughtful, modest, and winning. ******* Damn good

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