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Lots of fun to be had here as well as plenty to be offended by and some thought provoking stuff. You need to be an Irvine Welsh fan for this and being from the Edinburgh area helps... Read morePublished 13 days ago by bridget
I haven't been able to get into it because of the way that the writing is done with like a HEAVY Scottish accent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Phil
Very difficult to read as the bulk of it is written phonetically in a crazed Scottish accent.
The story and characters are fun but the narrative is cumbersome and... Read more
I gave this a 5, but feel it's more a 4.5 really.
What can I say? I really enjoy reading about these misfits. Read more
Depressing picture of druggie life in Edinburgh, with outbreaks of humour, sex and excitement.Published 5 months ago by T D Humphreys
A fantastic book. All of the sick twisted humor of Acidhouse & Trainspotting, but from a much more mature writer. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JJGites
Battled a bit with this book. Welsh try's to squeeze every last drop out of his trainspoting characters with this one. Not his finest work.Published 7 months ago by jimmy