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Russell Brand wants YOU to join the revolution.

We all know the system isn't working. Our governments are corrupt and the opposing parties pointlessly similar. Our culture is filled with vacuity and pap, and we are told there's nothing we can do - "it's just the way things are".

In this book, Russell Brand hilariously lacerates the straw men and paper tigers of our conformist times and presents, with the help of experts as diverse as Thomas Piketty and George Orwell, a vision for a fairer, sexier society that's fun and inclusive.

You have been lied to, told there's no alternative, no choice and that you don't deserve any better. Brand destroys this illusory facade as amusingly and deftly as he annihilates Morning Joe anchors, Fox News fascists and BBC stalwarts.

This book makes revolution not only possible, but inevitable and fun.

©2014 Russell Brand (P)2014 Random House Audiobooks

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Very well narrated, funny, but not mind bowling.

Brand has some good points but his views are a bit too idealistic. The book is well written and narrated. The humor keeps you hooked up.

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A Must-Listen

I'm not going to lie. I like Russell and I follow his YouTube channel. We share similar views. You could say my review is biased and you might be right.

THE GOOD

However, I think the book serves its purpose quite well. Its meant to open the eyes of the reader about the issues with our current economic and political system. The audible version is read by the author and its quite funny, occasionally.

Contrary to my expectation, there was also quite few practical examples and suggestions for potential solutions. They're not very in-depth, though.

THE BAD

Adding few more detailed practical examples and addressing some common and obvious counter arguments would have been great. In a chapter about half way of the book, Russell goes on a religious / spiritual rant that might not be appreciated by some reader, such as myself. It also felt a bit out of place.

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Capitalism?

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Stunning Performance!

I was curious at first but was blown away. The language and intonation is amazing, as are the stories. Listening to Russell is an experience on a personal level, like listening to an old friend and most engaging and entertaining. Excellent.

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Excelent naration by the man himself

Absolutely enjoyed every minute of it. Wide range of subjects touched upon, some more sensitive than others. Russell's humorous naration makes listening an absolute delight. He makes great points however for any of his hypothetical solutions to be seriously considered, he should use a more pragmatic approach. Maybe in the future, more "serious" thinkers will aproach more directly the subjects mentioned by Russell and taken more seriously. Looking forward to reading more of Russel's works.

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  • 11-13-15

Life changing

This is not a book to just read (listen to) it must be absorbed and re absorbed and then integrated into life. A must! Oh and it's bloody funny (in parts)

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Utterly inspiring

Can't see the world in the same way after reading this. Stirred up a dormant desire to see a better world and points to where that can start. I've avoided books like this for fear that once the inner working of democracy are revealed I'll feel helpless. But after reading this I feel quite the opposite.

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Russel's name is the only selling point

What would have made Revolution better?

The tone of the whole book seemed condescending yet simple at the same time. I'm a fan of Russel Brand and the new direction his career is taking (the Trews is my breakfast watching) and I agree with a number of his viewpoints. However this book to me felt like an overly long, rambling edition of the trews that lacked his normal energy and humor. Overall I felt it was worse written than an average episode of the Trews. The tone of the whole book felt more like a high school child's first attempt at political/philosophical writing.

Has Revolution turned you off from other books in this genre?

No. I think that this book was not the best example of Russel's work. Rather than listen to this, watch all of the Trews back to back. To be honest my opinion on this book may have been higher had I not known Russel's potential. It felt like a first attempt and I'm definitely looking forward to his second

Which scene was your favorite?

It was a rambling philosophical brick wall spiced with the occasional anecdote. Nothing was really memorable aside from the time I accidentally sped up the playback (and decided it was an improvement)

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Revolution?

The entire premise of the book needs a re-working which I hope he is doing. Nothing at all stood out in this book. It was just Russel rambling about leftist politics for almost 10 hours. All of it would be equally worthy of removal.

Any additional comments?

If you have a vendetta against youtube and refuse to watch Russel's show "The Trews" yet you are still intrigued by his politics then this is for you. However it really seemed to me that a lot of this book was written before Russel learned how to arrange an argument and talk about politics from his youtube channel. My opinion may have been different were I not a long time watcher of the Trews as he does espouse some refreshing ideas. However the similarities to his show are great and the show is by far the stronger of the two and by now there is very little in this book that he has not talked about (in a better way) on the trews.

Excellent reading though.

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Smart guy

Russell has come across as very intelligent and sophisticated. Sometimes I did however find myself zoning out because he was has such a vast vocabulary and I had to think about sentences he said before I could understand them.

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Everybody needs to read this book

Everybody needs to read this book. If you care about your life, family and community you need the information Russell Brand provides

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  • Evar
  • 11-04-14

Brilliant

If you could sum up Revolution in three words, what would they be?

Gripping, daring, funny,

Who was your favorite character and why?

My favorite character was Brand the competent storyteller, he has a sad, funny and interesting story to tell.

Which character – as performed by Russell Brand – was your favourite?

Mr. Churchill and Mr. Tolle, just to mention a few .

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me laugh many times but it also made me feel sad because it basically tells the truth.

Any additional comments?

I bought this book by chance, it popped up on the front-page of Audible. Normally I prefer detective novels or writers like Pat Conroy or Karen Blixen so this type of book is new to me.
Anyhow I am really glad I bought it because it is worth every penny and worth every minute spend listening.

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  • alex
  • 11-09-14

man attacks corporations, man gets slated by media

Would you consider the audio edition of Revolution to be better than the print version?

i would imagine so, given that russell himself is reading it!?

What was one of the most memorable moments of Revolution?

despite the fact that i have been deeply interested in politics all my life, it was his inclusion and description of the vast amounts of money that 0.01% of the population have that really made me realize that we live in a masked dictatorship purely for their benefit.

What about Russell Brand’s performance did you like?

it was his voice, he speaks with a slightly forced eloquence and tendency to lapse into poetry, but i think that is quite unique and creative.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

it made me laugh at times, it confirmed just how bad this planet is. it made me consider more spiritual endeavors, such as meditation.

Any additional comments?

because he attacks the system of psychopathic nihilism, and by extension the media that facilitates this, he has been hit with a counter attack by the media, claiming his book is bad, and that he is bad for writing it. they claim that he is just profiteering from espousing social commentary, but he donates all the profit from this book to charity. ultimately i think that what this books confirms is that there is a psychopathic elite who have almost omnipotent power over this planet and have no intention of giving that up, or of preventing it's destruction and the intense suffering of everyone else. brand provides countless alternate systems of governance, but doesn't really address how we the people could get into a situation where we can make these changes. this is because it is practically impossible. the rich hold all the keys and whenever change appears possible they swoop down and extinguish it. this probably means that the planet or at least 'civilization' will be destroyed in the next 50 or so years. however this book does provide solutions to our personal problems via meditation etc, and what is more, if this book reaches the minds of people who didn't already know most of the information as i did, then it should wake them up to the truth, which is a good thing. also, he is putting his head above the parapet and at least trying, which is commendable. i would recommend this book for anyone who doesn't know what is going on in the world re psychopathic governance due to the brainwashing of the media, and if anyone who already knows this wants to read it then fair enough.

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  • jose
  • 12-10-14

utter pish

What would have made Revolution better?

I've found the best pre workout ever. Russell Brand's revolution as read by the other. What a tosser

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

He has that annoying trait of filling a sentence with as many words as possible, whilst simultaneously conveying the least amount of information. I don't know if he thinks it makes him sound clever or if he's got a minimum word clause in this book

Any additional comments?

The book should be called I've met a load of hippies, socialists and so called anarchists at mixers since I became famous and here's what they've told me to think.

By Russell Brand

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  • luke2thesky
  • 05-28-18

A great book, well narrated!

I enjoyed this book immensely. The main focus of the book is revolution, as the title would suggest, but Brand manages to breathe life into this potentially dry subject with anecdotes and personal insights.

The crazy thing is that I disagreed with about 90% of Brand's opinions in this book, but he writes, and narrates, with such passion and vigor that you can't help but be swept along in his wit and charm. Sometimes his use of obscure vocabulary gets annoying, but there's so much heart and hilarity to make up for this.

I don't agree with his opinions on religion, society, his reverence for certain people, and loathing for others; but I learnt to embrace this fact. Who wants to listen to something that they agree wholeheartedly with?? I want to hear people's opinions that I don't share so I can have my opinions challenged. I don't want to live in an echo chamber where everything I hear just reinforces my beliefs.

I felt, (and I don't know if this is true), that Brand recorded this audiobook in several sessions. I assume this is always the case, otherwise you'd have to sit reading for an very long time. I say this because in some sections, Brand seems to have less enthusiasm that during other sections. This is a minor gripe, but I thought I should give what little criticism I have for this audiobook.

If you like Russell Brand, and maybe even if you don't, this book gives you a lot of things to think about - Is our society fair and just? Should certain sections of society be better looked after? Could we all be happier if the government were completely overhauled? These and many other questions are considered with deft prose and deep compassion and honesty. I wholeheartedly recommend this audiobook.

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  • Andy
  • 11-16-14

It does your head in - in a good way, sort of!!!

What did you like about this audiobook?

Yes, but I'm not sure what I took from it that I didn't already feel deep inside. Did it confirm my thoughts of the world in which we live as pawns in a game of corporate chess? YES. Did it inspire me to join the Revolution? Hmmm. Russell is a committed individual to this cause, but he's not the first nor the last whose words inspire if only for a short period. People are sheep and they need leaders to turn words in to action to motivate them to follow.

Russell wants us to abandon the political options (non options) available to us and make a statement of none compliance. Starting by not voting. I can see that as an viable option, which is a statement in itself if it is viewed as a vote of no confidence as opposed to apathy. However, we need a cause and a person to follow to make it real e.g. Some one like Seattle City Councillor Kshama Sawant who led an election victory centred on her campaign that raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour minimum. We can't Russell all do this on our own, community needs leaders to affect meaningful change. Someone with the right principles on show, and action that delivers them will get my backing and yes even my vote.

How has the book increased your interest in the subject matter?

Yes. He's informative, motivational and entertaining in one package. And, more than anything is genuine.

Does the author present information in a way that is interesting and insightful, and if so, how does he achieve this?

Yes. He's informative, motivational and entertaining in one package. And, more than anything is genuine.

What did you find wrong about the narrator's performance?

I haven't but I imagine Revolution is not like anything he's written previously. The message is clearly made. Sad to say I cannot see the political landscape changing any time soon and Russell's words will be as relevant in ten years as they are today.

Do you have any additional comments?

I haven't felt this passionate about the social fabric of our world since I was a CND member in the 1970s. Thanks for reawakening my true self. I wish him well.

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  • F Fisher
  • 11-06-14

How life could and should be, by Russell Brand

Would you listen to Revolution again? Why?

Unhappy? Read this. If you still can't work it out then give up, order another pizza and watch XFactor.

What other book might you compare Revolution to, and why?

"The Way" by Edward Goldsmith

What about Russell Brand’s performance did you like?

Russell breaks down some very difficult concepts about globalisation and capitalism straight from other great writers and thinkers, like Naom Chomsky, Helena Norberg-Hodge ...and 'Dave,' and makes their theories easy for beginners. Most importantly, he makes it funny.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes.

Any additional comments?

Should be compulsory reading in schools.

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  • Philippa Stokes
  • 10-31-14

Utterly exhausting !

What disappointed you about Revolution?

I'm sad to say that I threw the towel in at chapter 7. Very minor story line thus far and I found it hard work.

What will your next listen be?

Something alot lighter and slower!

What aspect of Russell Brand’s performance might you have changed?

The speed of the narration is massively fast.

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

..... Some funny quips but they were few and far between.

Any additional comments?

I love russell brand. I do. I love what he stands for and the view he has one life. From an audio book viewpoint I felt utterly exhausted and positively abused by the ramblings of a very tormented fellow essex man.

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  • Luke
  • 01-24-15

A masterpiece in half-baked ideas

Though there are many flaws throughout the book, I'd like to focus on one key contradiction that runs through the entire book. Brand does a good job of pointing out the hollowness of the materialistic dream, and how it can not bring happiness. Yet his main desire is to crush the evil richies throughout the world to give their wealth to everyone else. Wealth redistribution is an inherently materialistic policy. By Brand's own reasoning, wouldn't this only serve to make their lives more hollow? I can find no answer to this question, or even the merest hint that he's considered it.

Anyone who knows even a trivial amount about science or economics will find his musings infuriatingly ignorant. However, he clearly has looked into various types of spirituality with more rigor. Whilst I don't agree with his ideas on consciousness, energy etc, at least he has an idea which he sees as "the answer". So then, why doesn't he talk about spreading the word of this spirituality, so that enlightened populations might make the right choices for how to live? In truth, because although his new-found spirituality is nice, what really motivates him is the destruction - for better or for worse.

To anyone considering this audiobook: the first hour is genuinely worth a listen, but after that he fails to advance any real form of new idea. Don't expect to have any form of inspiration, regardless of what your political views are

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  • robert
  • 10-29-14

He hasn't grasped the consepts.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

He is far too keen on spirituality; for people like me who view spirituality as not only silly but damaging to human advancement, this book often leaves you feeling disappointed with him(big Richard Dawkins fan here). The structure of the book was somewhat all over the place with less defended sections that i would have liked, sometimes this can help a book flow but in this case i don't feel it achieved that goal. As for voting he has totally missed party's that advocate for the changes he wants namely say the green party. As well, in the current system to advocate your vote does not send shockwaves down the spine, it just puts you out of the mind of the leading overlord class. This can be easily seen by 66% of the public not voting getting little notice while ukip getting 10 is causing real upset, p.s ukip is worse than the other 2 (wrong direction of change). The young people russell is likely to reach is the exact people who need this voice (not by traditional party's but by real change partys). I don't think he understands that revolution has never been a good thing it has always been the last ditch effort of suppressed people, we are suppressed but only because we choose to submit and only because we choose not to vote for change at the box. We choose the same 2 party's maybe now 3 party's every time they are useless sure but we need to replace them with people we want not just ignore them. As for his grip on the problems for economics his own addition that he doesn't understand it is enough, he has no understanding of maths clearly as he said he failed his gcse, he briefly skips over debt (the real problem, instrument used by the "fun bus" to oppress us) but really doesn't even touch on the subject. It would of been nice for him to highlight the way banks lend fiat currency into existence and thus making a debt based economy. Over all he has found out that there is major imbalance in the world knows roughly(very roughly) why and roughly what should be done ( would of been nice for him to maybe support the Venus project), but not in any detail or accuracy. Excellent for someone whom is totally in the dark to these topics (admittedly then most people). But is not by any stretch the visionary we all need more "an inequality for beginners by Russell brand". As for his use of large words for little or no reason other than an attempt to impress, i found it fun for a while but then quite laborious, at hart he is just a sesquipedalianist for the point of it (although too be frank when read by him it is effective.)

Would you recommend Revolution to your friends? Why or why not?

I might Depending on the friend, their exposure to inequality, their prior knowledge of debt and weather they are an atheist or not.

What does Russell Brand bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Hearing the book in russells own voice is actually the best part of this book, his speaking style is something that i admire and really suits his writing style.

Did Revolution inspire you to do anything?

No, parts i found inspiring i already do, bits i disagree on i find potentially damaging.

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  • Gregor
  • 10-28-14

LOVED IT, LISTENED TO IT TWICE.

What made the experience of listening to Revolution the most enjoyable?

It's simple, effective delivery.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Revolution?

When it clicked in my head that this is possible.

Which character – as performed by Russell Brand – was your favourite?

The Russell Brand one. Lol

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Russell-Brand-New-Revolution

Any additional comments?

I hope this is only the first of many, also wish that Russell and Frankie Boyle came together and save the world.

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  • Bryan
  • 11-09-14

This is the best book for you revolutionaries

I have listened to this book 3 times SO FAR. I intend to listen to this book until am able to quote important parts of it word for word. This is the best book for people, I believe this to be, at the very least, 92% of the worlds population, who are of the opinion that politicians all over the world are contemptible, corrupt and worst of all greedy. Russell Brand has written the most inspiring book I have ever read or listened to ever and I have read or listened to a few books in my life

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  • Simon Price
  • 02-09-17

Important, Entertaining, Verbose

Russell Brand manages to be both humble and egotistical, and both cynical and optimistic in this performance of his book (with bits pinched from various others, like "Chomkers"). I think hearing him read this is the best way to consume it first time around. (Now I want a paper copy so I can fill it with post-it flags and write in the margins and lend it to friends.)
I want to recommend it to everyone. But be prepared to deal with the ADHD style of "Mr Brand", with super-long sentences, multisyllabic verbosity and interruptions for (often edifying and sometimes simply indulgent anecdotes or musings).
Part autobiography, part documentary, part manifesto.
Refreshingly, this book doesn't just describe the problems of the world today, it's got some idea about how to solve them and most importantly, describes how to get there.
I think he's really onto something. See what you think.

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  • Tay
  • 12-18-14

Provocative and genuine

Explores so many excellent ideas through the prism of Russell's own flawed human past, each idea far greater than the man himself and worthy of much consideration. Serves as a palatable form of social criticism for those less inclined to academic opinion.

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  • Micheal
  • 06-18-15

Viva la revolution!

Like him or not (I love him) he makes a very good case for change. I'm in, I just wish I knew where to start. I think I'm going to write a letter to my bank asking them to write off my debt. They'll so no but can't hurt to ask.

This is a good book. Make up your own mind about whether or not it's the crazy ravings of a lunatic or another worthwhile perspective.

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  • HelenB
  • 09-23-17

Refeshingly honest, endearing & hilarious!

What did you like most about Revolution?

This book is so much more than I was expecting. Russell Brand is reminiscent of King Solomon - wise through experience. Also, in contrast to being a "celebrity author", Brand leaves his ego at the door. I always feel like famous authors tell you what they want to for their big $$$$ Book Deal. This was so much more!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Revolution?

Brand's perspective on gay marriage

What about Russell Brand’s performance did you like?

He knows how to engage a reader through varied intonation and humour

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Aunthenticity Beyond

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-20-18

Life changing

This book is helping me through a tough time, transcending the self, the social and the universe. Thank you Russell.

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  • Jacqueline Rogers
  • 02-21-18

Forward Thinking At It's Best

I loved listening to Russell Brand's ideology. He makes some extremely good points about the world we live in. I love how he ends the book.

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  • Adam
  • 05-26-16

a whole lot of dribble A really long tangent

it's a long story which is for the most part a tangent which I struggled to understand. He jumps from one thing to the next without much connection

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  • Katy
  • 04-21-16

too much ranting about meditation

i was hoping for more story about his life and struggles but he goes off into tangents about meditation, hes still searching for truth and faith.....God willing in another 10 years he'll be there. ....ready to receive true healing from Christ and the truth that sets you free.......hes gotten distracted into trance meditation in the meantime as another way of blocking his pain of life.

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  • Amy Barton
  • 07-13-15

Brilliant

Great book. Even better with Russell reading it to me. Very funny. Recommend to anyone who knows we need to change!

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