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V for Vendetta by Alan Moore   (9 ratings)

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AuthorAlan Moore
TitleV for Vendetta
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V for Vendetta

With the movie recently released, sffworld takes a look back at Alan Moore's classic comic.
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Submitted by Ogami 
(Jan 10, 2007)

A piece of savage genius.

If you have the misfortune to have seen the film, do your best to wipe it from your mind. Forget about the incoherent love affair, and the vacuous special effects; prepare yourself for a treat.

This is book is an brilliantly effective anarchist manifesto, and will fill you with the urge to burn your town hall, and lynch your leaders.

This book is a gentle vision of struggling human individuals. Good and evil, kind and cruel, proud and humble. You will feel what they feel.

This book is a treatise on freedom and will, erudite but not recondite. You will a little be wiser at the end.

So go buy it.


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