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The Young Team [Paperback-2021]
Graeme Armstrong
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Category:FictionContemporary FictionContemporary Fiction-Con
Publisher: Picador Uk | ISBN: 9781529017366 | Pages: 400

The Times top ten bestseller. An instant Scottish classic - The Skinny A swaggering, incendiary debut - Guardian Trainspotting for a new generation - Independent Dialect that fizzes off the page - Observer One of the most admired young voices in British fiction - The Times 2005. Glasgow is named Europe s Murder Capital, driven by a violent territorial gang and knife culture. In the housing schemes of adjacent Lanarkshire, Scotland s former industrial heartland, wee boys become postcode warriors. 2004. Azzy Williams joins the Young Team [YTP]. A brutal gang conflict with their deadly rivals, the Young Toi [YTB] begins. 2012. Azzy dreams of another life. He faces his toughest fight of all - the fight for a different future. Expect Buckfast. Expect bravado. Expect street philosophy. Expect rave culture. Expect anxiety. Expect addiction. Expect a serious facial injury every six hours. Expect murder. Hope for a way out. Inspired by the experiences of its author, Graeme Armstrong, The Young Team is an energetic novel, full of the loyalty, laughs, mischief, boredom, violence and threat of life on these streets. It looks beyond the tabloid stereotypes to tell a powerful story about the realities of life for young people in Britain today.

About the Author

Graeme Armstrong is a Scottish writer from Airdrie. His teenage years were spent within rth Lanarkshire s gang culture. He was inspired to study English Literature following his reading of Irvine Welsh s Trainspotting at just sixteen. Alongside overcoming his own struggles with drug addiction, alcohol abuse and violence, he defied expectation to read English as an undergraduate at the University of Stirling; where, after graduating with honours, he returned to study a Master s in Creative Writing.

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