Three tales of the vicissitudes of love, by the author of "Trainspotting" and "Shallow Grave". "Lorraine Goes to Livingston" features an authoress who suffers a stroke; "Fortune's Always Hiding" is a corporate drug romance; "The Undefeated" is set in ...
the grim backstreets of modern Edinburgh.
this book is all about drugs and sex, and it makes me feel kind of sick when I read it. I could not finish it, despite the fact that it's quite well written, and probably at least in part because I can't understand what a lot of the characters are
..." saying. (the dialogue is written phonetically for the various accents) WARNING: this book involves dead babies cut into parts.Continua...Nascondi