Review from a Transgressive Fiction Fan
This is a dark, compelling read with massive amounts of violent acts and imagery that run throughout the novel. They are definitely vividly described but in one way the violence is slightly censored with the use of the nadsat language, a language teenagers use in the novel. The book doesn’t promote violence but instead explores the idea of violence entwined with youth and the morality of free will.
“Insightful” Review from a Mainstream Reader
A Clockwork Orange is one of those books that is chiefly aimed for brainless teenaged fanboys that have absolutely no idea what is cool or like to label uncool whatever as “cool.” Henceforth the oversaturation of love for Stanley Kubrick’s vision of Anthony Burgess’ heap of trash.