BOOK REVIEW: JOHN SAFRAN – DEPENDS WHAT YOU MEAN BY EXTREMIST

 

John Safran channelled the late Truman Capote for his true crime debut, Murder in Mississippi. For his follow-up, the TV documentarian and prankster takes a leaf from Louis Theroux by casually observing and telling the stories of some extraordinary individuals. In Safran’s case these people are extreme characters like evangelical Christians, anarchists, nationalists, Islamic converts and the like. Depends What You Mean By Extremist – Going Rogue with Australian Deplorables is essentially the penned equivalent of one of Safran’s TV shows, because it will challenge your thinking while proving to be quite provocative, naughty, and fun.

 

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