A bleak story about post IRA violence in Belfast. Interesting beginning, with a promising theme: during the "troubles" ideological lines were blurred by collusion and corruption. But the characters live in, through and by violence and suffering. Onle Doyle's narration kept it going
It took me a little while to adjust to the reader and his accent. It's an Irish story after all. For readers/listeners who likes happy endings, be prepared. It's not an awfully sad ending but it is bittersweet.
I was a little bit disappointed by this book. The story is banal and the writing is not very elegant sometimes even monotone in style. I don't think that I will buy an audio book by this author again.