Top 10 Times Violent Literature Became Life - Set in the late 19th century, Conrad’s protagonist is a university professor/spy turned socialist anarchist, led into blowing up the London’s Greenwich Observatory in order to force the English government to a harsher stance against dissident groups. The novel had a profound effect on Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber.
A brutally candid autobiography from Keith Richards about the early influences of American Blues on him, and about how he ultimately formed a band with Mick Jagger and Brian Jones. No holds barred about the drugs and the difficulties along the way. Very enjoyable read. ~ GM