A strange, ye old Renaissance story. More writes about this island called ‘Utopia’ named after the person who discovered or overtook it. While describing this place, More cleverly inserts opinions about the style of living that the Utopians have. I liked this book probably because it a different kind of politically engaging. It was simplistic, and fascinating. More didn’t need characters to put across his opinion, and he didn’t need specific people to explain Utopia – or at least what we think Utopia is, compared to the functionality of it.