The Birth of the People's Republic of Antarctica
Reviewed date: 2012 Aug 8
I've heard great things about The Birth of the People's Republic of Antarctica, but I don't see anything of value here. It's written as the memoirs of a megalomaniac dictator, looking back on all the horrible things he's done. And if it were a true story, perhaps we might be interested in the self-righteous bloviating that Grim Fiddle--the butcher of Antarctica--feeds us. But it's fictional. There's no reason to read suffer for hundreds of pages of this pablum.