Kieron Smith, boy (Paperback)
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Rejected by his brother and largely ignored by his parents, Kieron Smith finds comfort - and endless stories - in the home of his much-loved grandparents. But when his family move to a new housing scheme on the outskirts of Glasgow, a world away from the close community of the tenements, Kieron struggles to find a way to adapt to his new life. Kieron Smith, boy is a brilliant evocation of an urban childhood. Capturing the joys, frustrations, injustices, excitements, revels, battles, games, uncertainties, questions, lies, discoveries and sheer of wonder of boyhood, it is a story of one boy and every boy. It is James Kelman at his very best.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780141014890
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 288 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm

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“Keiron Smith, Boy”

Very disappointing. Having read several books wherein the author recalls his days in Glasgow, naming streets, areas etc, there was almost none of this in this book. In fact it was about page 50 before you even... More

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