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Jimmy has reached a crossroads in life. After many months of drifting and drinking his way around Europe he finds himself incarcerated in Seven Towers, a notorious hilltop prison, peering into the abyss. Jimmy is now a fully-fledged alien, unable to understand the language and customs of the inmates - shoplifters, drug addicts, murderers and rapists. But what exactly is th ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published April 7th 2005 by Vintage (first published 2004)
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English author, who has written several novels on the nation's lad culture at home and abroad. His debut work of fiction, The Football Factory, was made into a controversial film, directed by Nick Love and starring Danny Dyer. He now owns and operates London Books, an imprint company reissuing classic novels. He is listed as a supporter of No to EU – Yes to Democracy.
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