You either worship Julian Assange as a modern-day hero or you hate him.

While one can admire what he has done to expose government hypocrisy and secrecy around the world and in doing so done us all a vital service, he’s certainly not the easiest person to love.

This book, despite accolades from the likes of John Pilger, Slavoj Zizek, Naomi Wolf and Oliver Stone, is often more irritating than illuminating but it is a provocative and fascinating read.

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