Through examining 99 of the Sun's most divisive headlines, James Felton - with his trademark wit and humour - tracks the grizzly evolution of British society since the '60s, and aims to answer the age-old question: 'Does media reflect - or manipulate - who we are?'
'An astonishing piece of work' James O'Brien
'This book was a delight. Funny, scathing and witty' Ian Dunt
You should buy this book if: a) you dislike the Sun, but have never actually read it to know why and/or b) you're still not sure how we got into this mess.
Using his famed on-the-nose commentary, Twitter legend James Felton has dissected 99 of the most outlandish stories the Sun (for a long time the biggest-selling British newspaper) has run since it became a tabloid in 1969, hoping to answer once and for all whether the press has reflected - or manipulated - the British people over the last 50 years.
Included: joke-riddled and illustrated analyses of the Sun's most infamous stories about celebrities, war, royals, crime, the LGBTQ+ community, migrants, the EU, politics, bacon sandwiches and page 3.
Not included: A blindfold. We suggest reading through your fingers instead.
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