This book kind of reminded me of the films "Lock Stock & Two
Smoking Barrels" and "Veronica Guerin". Pretty dark, no-hope criminal
gang members in Northern Ireland caught in cycles of crime and prison
sentences and revenge against the English and each other. Unlike "Lock
Stock" it was not really humerous, but this book is well written and
thought-provoking. It also has themes of love and betrayal throughout
it, and questions about life and what is important in it.
Started reading: 23/03/2015 Finished: 07/04/2015 My score: 7/10