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who thought all this would happen to the Rabbit's?? I love Roddy Doyle!Published 3 months ago by M. Leahy
This is a formulaic story and as such is predictable. I found myself rolling my eyes most of the way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by johanna m johnson
Really great "Original Irish" humor. Just love Roddy Doyle.Published 5 months ago by William J Borkowski
Was prepared to be disappointed because it looked like Doyle was just going back to a well that he had already drained. Read morePublished 6 months ago by BewleyBrother#654
I loved the original trilogy. Enjoyed this too, but its not as much as the first 3. My favorite is The Van. Makes me laugh out loud every time.Published 7 months ago by saran wrap
The Guts follows the Barrytown Trilogy which I cut my teeth on 20 odd years ago, and have recently re-read for the sheer pleasure.. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kasey Curtis
Aging rock and rollers in Ireland. Funny, sentimental, brilliant. If there's a writer alive who can write better dialogue than Roddy Doyle, I haven't read it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by bgold7a
CLASSIC DOYLE. DARK. SUPER FUNNY VERY VERY DUBLIN. VERY IRISHPublished 9 months ago by JACK B MURPHY
"S***e," "Sure, it's grand," "Howyeh," "Yer Ma, Yer Da": It's like Doyle isn't even trying anymore. It all amounts to fluff.Published 11 months ago by Frances