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The Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs by Irvine Welsh
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Sep 25, 2011

really liked it
Read in June, 2009

While not as start-to-finish brilliant as "Trainspotting" or as sincere as "Glue," "Bedroom Secrets of the Master Chefs" did not disappoint.

Welsh adroitly writes both a suave playboy type and quiet loner character more than believably, which is half the battle in a book like this. Not only that, he builds a background for each that drives actions further along in the book.

I also enjoyed the metaphysical twist, which reminded me a lot of"Maribou Stork Nightmares," another Welsh must-read.

I read this several years ago and don't remember all the nitty-gritties of the plot, but I do remember liking it and I recommend reading it.

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