About this book
A collection of 25 essays by the Italian investigative journalist Saviano, translated by Oonagh Stransky. From the author of "Gomorrah", the writings tackle universal themes, and condemn the Italian mafia, as well as paying tribute to writers, musicians, sportsmen and journalists. "Gomorrah" sold 4 million copies worldwide and was adapted into a film which won the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes.
Twenty-five powerful and incisive essays by the formidably courageous investigative journalist Roberto Saviano, author of Gomorrah.