Unfortunately, the authors of a book by this title and the reviewer, Burrowes, all believe that the US-led Empire is the problem, and like Pepe Escobar, William Engdahl, and others look to Russia and China (and others) for salvation. This despite the fact that both countries depend to a large extent on the engines of capitalism under governing elite control to drive their economies. Thus, you won't find any discussion about capitalism itself, only that of neoliberal capitalism which to these people is the exclusive characteristic of the Empire. So, I guess the "revolution" they are advocating is only a revolt against the US-led Empire.
To be sure this view will echo in the chambers of many victims of the Empire, but it is a very short-sighted one. Such a view if carried out can only lead to a nuclear conflagration by pitting the Russia and China, or maybe the BRICS, against the Empire. This goes further than Escobar and Engdahl who cherish a "multipolar world". Vltchek, Black, Koenig, and Burrowes apparently want a destruction of the Empire even though Burrowes diplomatically mentions only the "destructive forces of Empire".
The Empire has already taken over our streets and invaded our homes (where even those of us who feel least affected are still bombarded by its propaganda to infest and befuddle our minds). Will you join these three authors and me in resisting the destructive forces of Empire?