Skagboys - Irvine Welsh Reviews
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Newest Review: ... not for the faint hearted and probably won't be to everyone's taste. For starters, the books are mainly written in Scottish ... more
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Irvine Welsh Skagboys
Pages: 560, Paperback, Vintage
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by - written on 13/06/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
This is a review of the 2012 book "Skagboys" by Irvine Welsh. Did you ever wonder how the boys in Trainspotting got to be like they were when most of them were only in their twenties? Skagboys is set in the 1980s and is the prequel to Trainspotting and takes us back to Leith, a Scottish town where they all live and it explores their first experiences in taking heroin intravenously. I was really keen to read this book as I have read all the other books, plays and short stories by Welsh, I'd say it's one of my guilty pleasures. I saw Trainspotting several times at the cinema and loved that film in a horrified way. I had the book on Amazon pre order ... Read the complete review
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