My Choice to Abuse Drugs
by Embeca Erekose
Number of pages: 48
The title of the book throws one off-balance at the first moment - what will that be? Some suicidal narrative by a decadent delinquent? Surprisingly it is in a fact a gripping semi-autobiographical philosophical blockbuster, a metaphysical page-turner. The ideas presented by the author are scandalously anti-general consensus, the style and logic, scandalously anti-intellectual.
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