A review by petekeeley
Ghost Signs: Poverty and the Pandemic by Stu Hennigan

emotional informative inspiring sad medium-paced


There certainly won't be a more important book published this year. A brilliant account of poverty in broken Britain during the start of the pandemic. Stu was a volunteer delivering food and meds to the needy in the Leeds area during the pandemic and this is his account of what he saw and experienced. Superbly written, and had me alternating between reaching for the tissues and kicking inanimate objects. This book deserves as wide an audience as possible and deserves to be on every best of the year list going. Absolutely vital.