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Kill All Enemies by Melvin Burgess, reviewed by Tony Bradman


Kill All Enemies is a novel that will have enormous appeal for teenagers and should probably be compulsory reading for policy makers too. In his efforts to give a voice to the voiceless, Burgess sometimes calls to mind the Orwell of Down and Out in Paris and London and The Road to Wigan Pier. He's the kind of gadfly we need at times like this. Indeed, if a children's author like Burgess didn't exist, we would most definitely have to invent him. TONY BRADMAN

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