The Chameleon reviewed by Barry Hemans
This is a beautifully written book.
It has great flow that comes from highly efficient writing that makes it easy to read.
Combined with riveting content, it was hard for me to put down and I read it twice in quick succession.
If I was to choose a word to describe all the issues touched on by this book it would be ‘inequality’.
Farrell is obviously a man with integrity and conscience that provides the driving force for a cathartic discussion of these inequalities and how he coped with them in honest, emotional writing.
I should know, I grew up with him in Wankie and Plumtree!
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