New release book ‘Broken Albion’ takes a poetic and satirical look at Brexit

Posted: March 22, 2020 in Book reviews
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Jaded over Brexit? Do yourself a favour and read English author-poet Harry Whitewolf’s new release, straight-talking, poetry book Broken Albion.

 

Broken Albion by [Whitewolf, Harry]

Broken Albion, Whitewolf’s ninth poetry book, takes a satirical, logical, humorous, and opinionated look at the contemporary UK Brexit-led political and cultural landscape, and imagines a world beyond division, where having compassion for one another is more important than flags.

One reviewer describes it as a “must-read” for anyone confused by Brexit; another recommends it “for fans of poetry, politics, or anyone searching for a quick enjoyable read” – and yet another says “It (Brexit) is complicated, but Broken Albion explains it all.”

Harry Whitewolf is the author of two raffish true travelling tales that read like fiction (Route Number 11 and The Road To Purification), and seven collections of contemporary poetry, including Underdogs Unite, New Beat Newbie, Two Beat Newbie, and Rhyme and Rebellion, which was one of Readfree.ly’s 50 Best Indie Books of 2016.

You can find out more about Whitewolf at his website: http://www.harrywhitewolf.com 

Harry Whitewolf

To check out his other books, do yourself a BIG favour and visit Amazon’s Harry Whitewolf page at: https://www.amazon.com/Harry-Whitewolf/e/B00DTFUT7C/

“Harry Whitewolf is one of the best kept secrets in alternative literature.”

– Raegan Butcher

 

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