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The Teenage Dirtbag Years (Ross O'Carroll-Kelly #2)

4.05 of 5 stars 4.05  ·  rating details  ·  338 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, class hero, schools rugby star and all-round legend, joins his friends at college, where he is attracted by the education possibilities; where else can you learn about Judge Judy and laminating fake IDs?
Paperback, 271 pages
Published 2003 by O'Brien Press
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Emily
Ross is a compete twat that is completely full of himself, but yet you find yourself wanting him to succeed. The book is written in first person from the point of view of Ross and follows him through his first year in college and a summer in the US. He is crass, arrogant and rude.
Gillian
I want to read them again! I just think they are hilarious. Laugh out loud on the train to work funny, you just can't help yourself! But Ross himself...how much I can't stand that boy!
Alan
Jan 30, 2008 Alan rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone under 30 who knows a D4 or two
Better than the original I felt, and what a good ending. As with all the ROCK books - they are only funny if you know people like ROCK and his gang in real life.
Amber
I bought this book for my teenage daughter as joke, just based on the title.
there were a few funny things in the book, but I think its definitely for teens.
Jordana Mari Jaco
As a bird, Im' like, I don't really get it. But, roysh, it's a funny book.
Kate
funny like the first, looking forward to the third. Roysh!
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Paul Howard is a journalist with The Irish Times on Saturday.
Howard is best known as the author of the paper's Ross O'Carroll-Kelly columns and has written a series of books based on the the character of Ross.

Howard is the former chief sportswriter for the Sunday Tribune, and a former Irish Sports Journalist of the Year. He has written several nonfiction books, including The Joy, an account of lif
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