Reading Simulacra: Fatal Theories for Postmodernity - Michael W. Smith

This book investigates simulacra as they appear in a postmodern world. It mostly refers to the philosophies of Baudrillard and Nietzsche in order to attempt answering questions such as: do we still have a strong grip? If not what replaces reality to? or rather what sort of reality are we exposed to in the postmodern world?
This book is regrettably short, but still enjoyable, but I think that one still should be familiar with Baudrillard and Nietzsche in order to enjoy it.