Clubland

Clubland

Kevin Sampson / Apr 22, 2019

Clubland A hard hitting story of sex and greed from the bestselling author of Outlaws Ged Brennan s had enough He sees young kids making a name for themselves in Liverpool and worse still they re making big m

  • Title: Clubland
  • Author: Kevin Sampson
  • ISBN: 9780099289760
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • A hard hitting story of sex and greed from the bestselling author of Outlaws.Ged Brennan s had enough He sees young kids making a name for themselves in Liverpool and worse still, they re making big money Ged wants some of that for himself and he thinks a man of his standing is entitled to it But for a man of violence, he s incredibly moralistic Ged has a righteous strA hard hitting story of sex and greed from the bestselling author of Outlaws.Ged Brennan s had enough He sees young kids making a name for themselves in Liverpool and worse still, they re making big money Ged wants some of that for himself and he thinks a man of his standing is entitled to it But for a man of violence, he s incredibly moralistic Ged has a righteous streak as wide as the Mersey and there s no way he s getting involved in clubs, drugs and topless bars So when he receives an offer to take over the clubland empire of an executed gangster, he passes the parcel to his sex addicted cousin Moby Mistake.Clubland follows Outlaws heroic villains into new territory, new intrigue, and very real danger.

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    About "Kevin Sampson"

      • Kevin Sampson

        Kevin Sampson is the author of seven novels Awaydays, Powder, Leisure, Outlaws, Clubland, Freshers and most recently, Stars are Stars and a work of non fiction, Extra Time He lives and works in Liverpool.


    806 Comments

    1. I liked it. The story could be more dynamic but the language is delicious: beautiful, eloquent, that delectable flow of low key English prose, saturated with savory understatement and richly nuanced humo(u)r. Everything is clear, no need to shout about nasty things, not an obscenity is uttered, no murderous bushy cu nts lurk in the bushes pour l'amour de Dieu. I even scanned a few pages and emailed them to a British friend and he stopped responding. I guess I lost a friend! Not bad for a book. C [...]


    2. This book is thingio likeyer know, what sayI had no problem with the dialect, but then I quite enjoy books like that. I was disappointed, I'd read Kevin Sampsons' "Awaydays" and "Outlaws" a precursor to this book, and enjoyed them. They had great characters, swift pacing and drew you in quickly.Even though this features some of the same characters as "Outlaws", they're pale shadows of their former selves. If I hadn't read "Outlaws" this book would have left me completely cold. The plot is shallo [...]


    3. This was more interesting to me for the style of the writing. The whole book is written in the first person from the point of view of the various characters in it.Stylistically it was noteworthy, as a story it was just OK.I can however see a low budget British film adaptation working for this book - maybe that is just the dust jacket reference to the author as a British Tarantino. I am so easily influenced!


    4. it was not to bad of a read. I think i enjoyed the fact it was all based in liverpool & the corruption of councils & deals.


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