Because of the title, I mistakenly purchased this when I wanted Das Kapital itself. That said, was prepared to take interest in it as a secondary source - but found it childishly simplistic, as if written to inspire school children (filled with the sort of irrelevant, trumped up biographical commentary that reminds me of picture books about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington). I could perhaps have gotten past all that - were it not for the quotations from Marx read with a "German" accent.
Karl Marx. In his own words. Without the accent.
see all of the above.
No. Just a lot of fun if you want a good listen of a light novel.
Other Fred Vargas books. Because they're written by Fred Vargas. This was particularly enjoyable.
oh for goodness sake: it was just a good read all round.
The Commissaire is always fun, with his drifting thoughts, mysterious methods, and outlier ethics. And now he's got a son with drifting thoughts, mysterious methods, and outlier ethics - they make a really readable pair.
Fun. Lots of fun.
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