A review by cantordustbunnies
The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam by Douglas Murray


Murray brings his points across in an elegant, mannered, and calm way which showcases not only his intelligence but his class. I would really like to see someone from the opposition read this book in good faith and provide serious and well thought out reasons why they disagree with him, because it would be very difficult to do so. Murray does not villainize or misunderstand the opposition and addresses typical responses and stances within his argumentation. In some ways this book can come across as completely common sense but it very much needed to be written and needs to be read. I thoroughly enjoyed that at no point did Murray pander to the audience and always wrote in an earnest, respectful manner. The issues addressed in this book are among the most prescient concerns of western civilization and Murray provides copious documentation and specific proof of his claims.