Killing Rage

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Granta Books, 1997 - History - 371 pages
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This is an account of how an angry young man can cross the line that divides theoretical support for violence from a state of 'killing rage', in which the murder of neighbour becomes thinkable. Over 3000 people have died in Northern Ireland since 196

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User Review  - Karen Garrett - Goodreads

Killing Rage is a window into the thinking of one person involved in the IRA. Not an easy book to read when you really feel such dislike for the main character. I found reading back up info regarding ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ryan Van Runkle - Goodreads

The book got boring 200 pages into it. I would still recommend it to anyone interested in the literature of the Troubles and as context to modern Ireland. Read full review

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