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Skagboys free read é 106 µ Mark Renton has it all he's good looking young with a pretty girlfriend and a place at university But there's no room for him in the 1980s Thatcher's government is destroying working class communities across Britain and the post war certainties of full employment educational opportunity and a welfare state are gone When his familMark Renton has it all he's good looking young with a pretty girlfriend and a place at university But there's no room for him in the 1980s Thatcher's government is destroying working class communities across Britain and the post war certainties of full employment educational opportunity and a welfare state are gone When his family starts to fracture Mark's life swings out of control and he succumbs to the defeatism which has taken hold in Edin. PERFECT I WANT MORESo happy to be reunited with these characters Love these guys than words can describe

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Burgh's grimmer areas The way out is heroinIt's no better for his friends Spud Murphy is paid off from his job Tommy Lawrence feels himself being sucked into a life of petty crime and violence the worlds of the thieving Matty Connell and psychotic Franco Begbie Only Sick Boy the supreme manipulator of the opposite sex seems to ride the current scamming and hustling his way through it all Skagboys charts their journey from likely lads to young. Barry you radge ct A seminal linguistic work on the intricacies of Scottish English and a thorough medical analysis of the perils of substance abuse 910 will enjoy unless a Jambo or a weedgie

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SkagboysMen addicted to the heroin which has flooded their disintegrating community This is the 1980s a time of drugs poverty AIDS violence political strife and hatred but a lot of laughs and maybe just a little love; a decade which changed Britain for ever The preuel to the world renowned Trainspotting this is an exhilarating and moving book full of the scabrous humour salty vernacular and appalling behaviour that has made Irvine Welsh a household na. Even though I am a big fan Welsh's work this book worked a lot better than I had expectedIt is of course the preuel to Trainspotting and fills in the backgrounds of our favourite characters during the 1980s including their introduction to heroinLike Trainspotting and many of Welsh's other books it is written in part in Scottish dialectIt amazes me with the writing how talented Welsh is to be able to have a different written form for each character For each chapter before the narrator is fully revealed it is almost always obvious who the character is just by the formation of their sentences and word choicesAt some 550 pages this book sat in my shelf for a long time for two reasons it is a lengthy investment in time but importantly I was concerned it wouldn't be excellent It could have been a shallow or poorly constructed reverse engineering of Renton Sick Boy Spud and Begbie It could have done a disservice to Trainspotting one of my favourite books of my youth Thankfully it was none of these thingsExcellent and 5 Stars