V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
I’ve seen the Hollywood adaptation of this graphic novel. They are different versions of the same idea but the 24 years between the book and the film meant that the film was always going to that much more polished. I enjoyed the gritty nature of the book immensely and am now seeking out more of Alan Moore’s work. It raises many questions about freedom, identity, and politics. It is a must read for anyone who thinks that an individual has no influence on the government. I strongly suggest that you enjoy a Speakeasy Ales & Lagers’ Vendetta WCIPA whilst soaking in the culture of V. V’s shadow gallery is without a doubt the architectural highlight.