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Russell Brand wants to shake up the way you think – and with his new book, Revolution, he aims to challenge almost everything you think about… well, everything.

Russell Brand - Revolution
Russell Brand - Revolution

Revolution is Russell’s way of pushing for change, and explores the possibility that individuals can make a world of their own choosing. And although he is known for his off-beat comedy, Russell delivers a balanced view of how the world works and how we can make it better.

A former addict, Russell draws on his own experiences – as well as those of the addicts, stars, friends and foes he has met on the way – to draw conclusions that are surprisingly refreshing.

And along the way he spills the beans on the trappings of celebrity – in particular his experiences with celebrity charity events – and weaves in his thoughts on quantum physics, meditation, yoga, politics, corporations and everything in between.

Russell is in a unique position to give his take on the way of the world – he works hard to help addicts, and has joined David Lynch in bringing meditation to at-risk youth. Friendly House honored him as Man Of The Year in 2011, and he has supported causes such as grief support, Multiple Sclerosis research, and Post-Traumatic Stress.

Revolution is a self-help book with a difference. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, and yet its ideas work and give food-for-thought. It is a call-to-arms for those searching for a change from their day-to-day lives but don’t know where to start.

Russell Brand’s Revolution is available at Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, and wherever good books are sold.

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