Thursday, October 02, 2008

Days of War, Nights of Love

Days of War, Nights of Love
Crimethinc. and Audio Anarchy

"Less of a novel and more of an exploded manifesto, Days of War, Nights of Love might be just what we need. It is the type of book you'd thumb through in the store and actually want to buy (or steal)... Topics range from anarchy to hierarchy, work to sex, alienation to liberation and technology, but every page burns with a passion for a freer life... When you make it to the end, the personal testimonials about not working and the closing art pieces become an aria of voices urging you to close the book and live. Glorious, even for the most cynical reader. What more can we ask from a book?" - Clamor Magazine #6, Dec.00/Jan.01

To Listen to the Book

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