Just started reading "Selfish, Whining Monkeys (How we ended up greedy, narcissistic and unhappy)" by Rob Liddle, and yeah, he's the Journo from The Sun recently accused of racist comments, but that's another story.
The book is basically a personal history charting the rise of consumerism and greed from his childhood in the 60's/70's to the present day, he's not that much older than me so I can pretty much relate to most of what he's on about, it's quite amusing, only half serious and he admits from the start that he's probably generalizing frrom his own experiences but the likelihood is that his experiences are representative. Only a few chapters in but it's looking like a good read.
@ DoWot, I read Seaton Point as you recommended, cracking book, very witty and despite it's 7 different authors, pretty seamless. Good call young man
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