Leila Khaled reviewed in Red Pepper

Good morning radicals and book-lovers!

Why not start your Monday off by reading this lovely review of Sarah Irving’s Leila Khaled in Red Pepper?

With passages such as ‘The highlight so far of Pluto Press’s ‘sympathetic but not sycophantic’ Revolutionary Lives series‘, ‘The book raises an impressively wide range of issues for a small tome‘ and ‘a defiant and determined addition to a very limited literature‘ peppered (geddit?) throughout the article, how can one’s cockles fail to be warmed?

Leila Khaled is incendiary, eye-opening and best of all, it’s only £11.50 from Pluto Press! To read the rest of Hilary Aked’s lovely words in Red Pepper, click here. To buy the book, follow the link below…

Leila Khaled

Icon of Palestinian Liberation

Sarah Irving

Compelling biography of a legendary Palestinian resistance fighter. From refugee camp to international infamy.

“Sarah Irving provides a fine portrayal of a compelling and mysterious figure from a tumultuous period in Palestinian history, mixing biography and historical critique to deliver a valuable insight into Leila Khaled’s character as well as her extraordinary appeal as a revolutionary icon.” – Nicholas Blincoe, Novelist and co-editor of Peace Under Fire: Israel/Palestine and the International Solidarity Movement

£12.99 only £11.50 on the Pluto site

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