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  • Peace, Love, and Petrol Bombs

  • By: D.D. Johnston
  • Narrated by: Roger Clark
  • Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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A coming of age story set in a Scottish fast food restaurant: take a group of full time burger flippers and cash starved students, add a likeable geek with a love of political theory, and a passionately angry French anarchist, and you have a recipe for rebellion. Rife with dry British humor and working-class sensibilities.

©2011 D.D. Johnston (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • connie
  • 31-03-14

coming of rage Dickens burger flippers unite

The “coming of age” descriptor put me off, but once I started this novel, my ears ate it up – It’s like a young Scottish Colin Bateman all fired up. Not today’s youth but those becoming political aware circa millennium are chronicled in this comedy of manners. It reminded me of why elder writers like William Boyd ought not try to re-create Bertie Wooster but instead let young writers write about fresher experience for Wodesonian humour. If you’ve ever marched against the Man (be it Vietnam, Cruise, Iraq or a 1% Logo) OR if you’ve ever wanted to understand those that have— try this.

warning: lovely working class Scots English narration (*listen to sample!) and MUCH chronological anarchy in the history this weaves

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