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About the Author: Irvine Welsh

Probably most famous for his gritty depiction of a gang of Scottish Heroin addicts, Trainspotting 1993 , Welsh focuses on the darker side of human nature and drug use All of his novels are set in his native Scotland and filled with anti heroes, small time crooks and hooligans Welsh manages, however to imbue these characters with a sad humanity that makes them likable despite their obvious scumb

10 thoughts on “Trainspotting

  1. says:

    Fuck me insensible Oh ya cunt, ya Ah dinnae watch the movie, bit ma heid s spinnin fae readin this shite, ah kin fuckin tell ye The book s no novel mair a collection ay short stories, likesay, aboot a bunch ay Scot junkies The cunts go aroond, fartin n shitein n shootin smack The book is written in the Scottish

  2. says:

    I must have read the first page of Trainspotting than twenty times since purchasing the book years ago, and each time I would put it back in fear of all the Scottish dialect There s no point lying, this is a challenging novel, sometimes you have to read things twice or pause to think about them to fully understand what

  3. says:

    Choose mainstream Choose cheap ebooks that won t challenge you, stretch you, change you or otherwise fuck with your mind Choose YA and chicklit and bland massproduced airport thrillers with sanitised violence and the kind of sex you re sure you can get from a random stranger you picked up half an hour ago when you were both prete

  4. says:

    As seen on The ReadventurerThis is why I love reading challenges they allow me to discover books I would have never picked up on my own Let s face it, would I ever intentionally seek a book about Scottish low lives junkies, thugs, and prostitutes Don t think so But alas, the fate threw Welsh s Trainspotting my way and I ate it up like hot

  5. says:

    Everything you heard about this book is true It will not only melt your face, but also the faces of anyone in the same room as you Be prepared for a deluge of c words from page one to page last, be prepared for a detailed account of a bunch of lively Scottish junkies scuffling and waiting for their man and spiking up and all of that This is offens

  6. says:

    Probably the most famous passage from the book Whin yir oan junk, aw ye worry about is scorin Oaf the gear, ye worry aboot loads ay things Nae money, cannae git pished Goat money, drinkin too much Cannae git a burd, nae chance ay a ride git a burd, too much hassle, canne breathe withoot her gitten oan yir case Either that, or ye blow it, and feel aw guilty

  7. says:

    Very very big novel to have read even if it is not for all public.We are in the authentic, it is dug and dense, we fully live these characters who are nevertheless drug addicts and we feel their desires, passions, sufferings and even lack of people Really a great novel, a very great author this Irvine Welsh.

  8. says:

    I m a little confused about why I d had the other edition reviewed, when I didn t read the John Hodge after movie version delete, delete, delete If I hadn t seen the movie first, I probably wouldn t have even tried reading the book because the language difference is not the most accommodating to read in print The writing works for the people, place, and lifestyle that s bei

  9. says:

    I love the movie so much, I didn t think this book could be better than the movie Oh, but it is Review to come, because I need to process what I ve just read P.S I m attempting to review the book in phonetic Scots, it s immensely difficult.

  10. says:

    Buddy Read with Murugesh.This is the first time I am reading a book that involves Drug Addiction It does not just involve Drug addiction but that is the center theme of the story The writing is a bit different and most of the chapters are written in Scottish dialect and I had to actually go and re read sentences many times The narrator changes with each chapter, and at first it was difficul

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