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Mad Blood Stirring With a rare clarity and fearless honesty, journalist Daemon Fairless tackles the horrors and compulsions of male violence from the perspective of someone who struggles with violent impulses himself, creating a nonfiction masterpiece with the narrative power of novels such as Fight Club and A History of ViolenceA man, no matter how civilized, is still an animaland sometimes a dangerous one Men are responsible for the lion's share of assault, rape, murder and warfare Conventional wisdom chalks this up to socialization, that men are taught to be violent And they are But there's to it Violence is a dangerous desirea set of powerful and inherent emotions we are loath to own up to And so there remains a hidden geography to male violencean inner ecosystem of rage, dominance, bloodlust, insecurity and bravadoyet to be mapped Mad Blood Stirring is journalist Daemon Fairless's riveting firstperson travelogue through this territory as he seeks to understand the inner lives of violent men and, ultimately, himself

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10 thoughts on “Mad Blood Stirring

  1. Danielle Tremblay Danielle Tremblay says:

    Thanks to GoodReads’ giveaways and the publisher for this book I got in exchange for an honest review.

    This is an amazing and very convincing book written by Mr. Fairless. He did a thorough scientific research on his subject, that's obvious. And he also provided concrete evidence of what he was saying by describing events in his own life,

  2. Krista Krista says:

    Benvolio. I pray thee, good Mercutio, let's retire:
    The day is hot, the Capulets abroad,
    And, if we meet, we shall not 'scape a brawl;
    For now, these hot days, is the mad blood stirring.
    ~ Romeo and Juliet

  3. Kevin M Kevin M says:

    I had a hard time deciding on 4 or 3 stars for this book, but I feel ultimately that while there is much said that is worth reading and talking about, some issues of style and focus hold it back.

    This is not a light book, and rightly so, it's pretty heavy subject matter. Trying to get at the root causes and motivations behind male violence was never goin

  4. Trevor Pearson Trevor Pearson says:

    Received a copy of Mad Blood Stirring by Daemon Fairless through the GoodReads giveaway program in exchange for an honest review

    Mad Blood Stirring by Daemon Fairless is about what on the surface looks like your everyday people, what makes them different is they are people who let their emotions take hold and their overwhelming urges drive them to commit violent a

  5. Elizabeth Chadsey Elizabeth Chadsey says:

    Very interesting (and also hella Canadian - From Ottawa, living in Toronto!) this was a good blend of gender study/personal memoir on the topic of male violence, aggression, and fighting. The author talks a lot about his own experiences growing up and through stages of outlets and outbursts. He also meets and writes about the relevant experiences of friends and criminals. I'd have liked to

  6. Angelina Rose Angelina Rose says:

    This was a hard book for me to read, in some ways. A lot of triggers for me as I read it. But it was worth it. A stunningly well written look at things from a different viewpoint than I would normally hold. Very intriguing book!!!

  7. Louise Louise says:

    This reads more like a memoir, a cathartic rumination by the author to try to make sense of and to understand his own violent tendencies.

  8. Janice Janice says:

    Daemon Fairless is a man who seeks to understand the inherent inner violence present in many men. He uses his journalistic perspective and academic skills to explore the genetic, biological, emotional and socialization components which foster aggression and the need to physically dominate. This may sound like a boring academic treatise but it is instead quite fascinating. He discusses academic research but combine

  9. Nikmaack Nikmaack says:

    A nice mix of personal memoir, first person journalism, and a kind of self help anger management. It goes to heavy places: rapists, psychopaths, pedophiles, and fans of soccer. A bit saccharin in places, but never dull. Extremely readable. Many of the ideas prompted me to talk about the book with friends -- a sure sign of a good book.

    If you're trying to understand male aggression, this book will give you some

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