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A book that often gets overlooked simply because the movie was so good. The book is better and I'm not the kind to used that tired cliche, which readers often bandy about like some... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jesse Bogner
Bleak profane reflective true-to-life unapologetic view of the welfare-dependent self-indulgent lower middle class Brit lifestyle.
Now I have to watch the movie!
Although the book is written in the Scots dialect and the reader must get into a certain rhythm, it makes the experience more gritty and realistic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Gregory Hood
Seriously funny but yet disturbing story of drug culture in Edinburgh
Hard to read as using spoken Scottish dialect but well worth the effort. Read more
Is irrelevant. Trainspotting is amazing, in both forms.
The book does not match the movie 1:1 - each one of them contains few more stories than the other.
I knew buying used was a bit risky. Besides having some edges worn (which I expected) the book also contained some writing inside and scribbles from the previous owner(s). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ian Robinette
I talked like I was Scottish for a month after i finished this book. Very interesting to say the least. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Burkhart
If you ever told me I'd cry reading this book, I'd be like, what? I've seen the movie, you see, a long time ago. But I did. I cried like a baby. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ksenia Anske