This was the first book I managed to read since I got back from Florida; I've been so tired and sick I could barely face a magazine, let alone the weighty novels and serious non-fiction that have been showing up at the library for me.
Fortunately this was a nice easy read. Bill Quinn writes in a simple, plain-spoken style and doesn't get bogged down with numbers or long words. He's also good and mad, and rightly so if what he says about Walmart is true, and I have no reason to believe it isn't. A good blood-boiling read without any of the tragedy of, say, Leave None To Tell The Story, the Bible-thick Human Rights Watch report on the Rwandan genocide which is currently anchoring my bedside table and will no doubt stay there until it is due back at the library.