Peace, Love & Petrol Bombs

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AK Press, Jul 19, 2011 - Fiction - 176 pages
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A coming of age story set in a Scottish fast food restaurant: take a group of full time burger flippers and cash starved students, add a likeable geek with a love of political theory, and a passionately angry French anarchist, and you have a recipe for rebellion. Rife with dry British humor and working-class sensibilities.
 

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D.D. Johnston: D.D.Johnston was born in Scotland in 1979. He has worked as a labourer, a dishwasher, a nightclub bouncer, and a burger jockey. While flipping burgers he helped to start an underground trade union, studied for a degree in sociology,and became interested in anarchist politics. He participated in anti-capitalist, anti-fascist, and anti-war protests across Europe, but after being seriously injured in a street fight he decided that the pen is at least as mighty as the flagpole. Since settling in England in 2005, he has worked as a ghost writer and has written short fiction. Today he is a lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Gloucestershire. Peace, Love, and Petrol Bombs is his first novel.


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