Book review: Serotonin by Michel Houellebecq

Since “Atomised”, Michel Houellebecq has fit in at mainstream literature as a kind of prophet of contemporary affairs. “Prescient”, “The voice of the discontent”, “alarming” are some adjectives employed to describe the French author. Recently, he would have foreseen the French yellow-vest movement. He was so important to the extent of living under armed protection during the terrorist…

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