Jim Douglas, Novelist, 'Tokyo Nights'
The successor to Camus's 'The Rebel', Phil Beadle's 'Rues for Mavericks' rocks, dips and swerves like no other book of this type ever has. It is a true original combining anthropology and philosophy with a new way of looking at our world. It is revolutionary in scope and speaks not solely to intellectual, but to all of us. The clarity of Phil's writing opens up the closed and high grounds and lets us all in to the palace of intelligence. This is no mean achievement and a more than must read.