I seem to be going through a phase of reading
a lot of Christopher Hitchen books. I have
just read his book "letters to a young contrarian".
I will show my lack of understanding of his book by saying it is
about how to live a radical life.
I now understand Hitchens support for the second war in
Iraq. He is not one to flinch from unpopular decisions.
His prose style is very classical.
I really enjoyed the book.
His main flaw is on the cover of the book a
cigarette burnt down and his second rate writing buddies: Martin Amis
and Salmon Rushdie.