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The celebrated author of "Screen Burn" and "Brass Eye" turns his attentions from the media to the many reasons contemporary life sucks. Nothing is too precious or sacred to avoid his scathing attentions. This is his first real book, rather than just a collection of his website or newspaper columns, so will be eagerly sought after.
A collection of misanthropic scribblings that tackles the issues ranging from the misery of nightclubs to the death of Michael Jackson, making room for Sir Alan Sugar, potato crisps, global financial meltdown, conspiracy theories and Hole in the Wall along the way.
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About this author
Charlie Brooker is a writer and presenter. He writes for The Guardian and was voted Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards.