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This is a powerful and darkly humorous graphic polemic by a leading British comics artist that investigates our increasingly dangerous relationship with cars. If you want to get away with murder, buy a car. Combining autobiography, statistics, case histories, advertising and reportage, Woodrow Phoenix draws a compelling picture of the warped psychology behind our need for speed.
|Publication date:||16th June 2008|
|Primary Genre||Non-Fiction Books of the Month|
Closing date: 06/06/2021
'Every so often a book like this comes along, one which allows fresh vision, even a change of mindset. Brilliant...a crucial revelation.' - ALI SMITH
Woodrow Phoenix is a British writer and acclaimed comics artist who draws in a diverse range of styles. His most recent book is Plastic Culture: How Japanese Toys Conquered the World (Kodansha 2006). Despite one high-speed car crash, he still loves driving.More About Woodrow Phoenix