bedroom secrets of the master chefs

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the latest offering from contemporary Scottish author, Irvine Welsh of trainspotting fame

the plot revolves around 2 central characters...Brian Kibby...a 21 year old virgin who spends his time playing harvest moon and building models train sets and whacking his cock off to japanese porn on the internet...and his arch rival Danny Skinner...an alcoholic 25 year old football hooligan and womaniser...

they both work for the Edinburgh council health board as kitchen inspectors and due to their being total opposites soon form a hatred for one another...

the extent of this on Danny Skinners side is that he hexes Kibby and as such whatever Skinner does...it is Kibby who suffers the consequences...Skinner ravages his body with drink, drugs and fighting and everyday he wakes up fresh as a daisy whereas Kibby lives the clean life but his health rapidly declines because of his arch enemies abuse

when it becomes apparent that Kibby may die because of Skinners actions he cleans up his act and becomes genuinely interested in his well being...Kibby still hates him...even more so when Skinner starts dating his sister...

there are a few other plot twists and turns and the book has quite a bizzare ending....

not a typical Welsh novel as it isn't so thick with the Edinburgh dialect writing as most of his previous novels...

because Welsh now spends most of his time in England and the US it is evident in his writing and loses some of its impact because of it

all in it wasn't my favourite Welsh novel but its a decent read for those who like authors from "the chemical generation" school of writing

if you haven't read anything by welsh i suggest "filth" as a starting point as it's a self contained story...if you like it then read trainspotting and glue....then porno which is essentially the sequel to both of those novels...

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