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


Personally, I disagreed with quite a few of the arguments Murray presented, but I have to admit that I like his writing style. It was highly readable and presented in a way where many of his points make sense. There was clearly a lot of mulling before the publication of this book; you can tell it wasn't written on the fly.
It is very obvious where Murray sits on the political spectrum when reading this book but if you are open to reading pieces from other political viewpoints than I recommend having a gander at this one.