Create Your Own Revolution

In Helping Repair Our Broken Society

Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics
146 Pages
Reviewed on 11/10/2016
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Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for Readers' Favorite

Are you dissatisfied with your life? Do you hate the current state of political affairs? Are you ready to create the change this world needs? Create Your Own Revolution by Mark Eyre will take you on a journey to alter your way of thinking, and your reality. Now, more than ever, it is necessary for us to see what needs to be changed and take the appropriate action to make such changes. Only, how do we go from being a player on the sidelines to creating our desired world? Follow the author as he explains where we are, and how we can start making lasting changes, in our own lives and in our society.

An eye-opening read, Create Your Own Revolution by Mark Eyre has the potential to change lives. It contains a pleasant mix of political and self-help information. I was impressed with the author's ability to see things as they really are and paint such a vivid picture of our social structures. Although the message is distressing, it is also hopeful. It is time for us to awaken. To see what is being done, and what part we play in society. This book is an encouraging wake-up call. A call to arms. Let's create change in our lives and in doing so create the change so desperately needed in our society. With given examples and steps to start your own revolution, this book is a helpful source of information for those who are no longer satisfied by the way the system works, and their part played. With case studies and so much information, this book is inspirational and educational. I would recommend this book to anyone who is ready to be an active part of society.

Lorrimer Kemp

From the author of 2010's, Stand Up and Live. Mark A. Eyre has done it again, by giving us all something to think about in these times of austerity.

I would say, it is probably the best thing I have read since Ernest P. Cline's, 'Ready Player One.' I just hope Steven Spielberg doesn't mess up the film version when it was comes out next year.

In the past, I haven't really been into politics, but, recently I have gained a strong interest, due to the governments ingenious plan to cut the budgets of our local councils, i.e. North, South and East Ayrshire, along with our NHS, our police force and fire service, basically leaving everyone with an uncertain future, all in the aid of reducing the deficit which currently stands at '525 billion.'

They were things I could really relate too, i.e. the fact that as we grow into adulthood, we lose our sense of creativity and that as humans who are sick and tired of the cuts and so on, we have the audaciousness to improve the way our country is being run. It's just, in a town like the one I live in, well from my own perspective anyway, I see some people happy with their lives, happy being treated like dirty laundry, happy to close so many windows of opportunities just because their irritated by the mild draft. Fortunately I'm not one of these people, I feel in touch with my Free Child mentality, mainly because I strongly relate to your dressing down of the governments policies and the corrupt bankers pay rises. I'm so sick and tired every time I switch over to the BBC News channel to find that this Brexit issue is still on going and that innocent people are still falling to the hands of terrorists, and that we're being inhumanely treated with hospital waiting times, due to staff shortages, and that we're being branded racist because of the Brexit issue. I mean if it can work for the policies in Australia, where you're only allowed into the country if you both have a job and collateral, then why can't it work for anywhere else? The Human Rights Act of 1998 would be the obvious answer.

But yes, I strongly agree that, creating our own revolution is the way forward, our only way of creating a better tomorrow, not for ourselves, but for our children. And it's with this book that people with a sense of humanity should purchase a copy and read it not once, but twice, in order to build up a resilience to defy the governments tedious and bleak outlook. After all, if George Orwell could do it in a fictious world, why can't we do it in the real world?

Ms L Felli

Loved this book. I am at a place where I am taking our comedians seriously and laughing at our politicians.

Well done Mr Eyre a thought provoking, concise account of the society we currently live in.

Self awareness plus selective disengagement is a challenge I'm up for.

Anne Strathie

Mark Eyre takes a look at today's society and invites us to also look at how we fit in to it; if you've ever watched the news in despair but not followed it up with action, whether a Facebook posting or simply going out to vote, this is for you.