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Great Betrayal Reviews
I'd never read any Drennan before, and after this hopeless heap of a book, I hope to never again. Every sentence is tediously overwritten, with no metaphor left untortured, no idea too naff to beat you around the head with (the voters are called 'Paddy' throughout, the cabinet are the 'Grumpy old men', and so on). I get the impression readers of the Sunday Independent love this sort of thing and will find it terribly clever. I found it terribly fecking useless, and this almost entirely fact free [...]
An interesting read once you get used to the style of language.However, it (like most media)is a very negative read about the last government. But negativity sells newspapers and books. I agreed with a lot of his comments but he could have been a bit more positive. I can't see what type of government would ever satisfy John Drennan.