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Penguin presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook edition of Zero Zero Zero by Roberto Saviano, read by Paul Michael.

From the international best-selling author of Gomorrah, this searing exposé of dirty money and the drug trade reveals how they are at the heart of our lives, our economy, and our world.

©2016 Roberto Saviano (P)2016 Penguin AudioBooks

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"The most important book of the year.... Here it is, laid bare: cartel as corporation, corporation as cartel; cocaine as pure capitalism.... Saviano realises the brutal truth: that to understand narco-traffic is to understand the modern world...it is revolutionary." (Ed Vulliamy, Observer)
"A dense, dazzling, dizzying narrative about the terrifying violence of the cocaine trade, but also the vast, unassailable reach of it." (Rose George, Independent)
"A tremendously gripping work of reportage." (Ian Thomson, Evening Standard)
"Italy's bravest investigative writer...must-read nonfiction." ( GQ)
"Impassioned, remarkable." (Misha Glenny, Financial Times)
"After reading Saviano, it becomes impossible to see Italy, and the global market, in the same way again." ( The New York Times)

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Weirdly sexist

Weirdly sexist considering the topic, it distracts from the otherwise well done research. Any description of a woman in the book is obsessed with her looks and uses unnecessarily sexual terms ('exploding breasts'), while all the male drug dealers etc get a full personality. It's describing a sexist world, but the author doesn't have to copy that