For Joe the summer of 1977 meant punk rock, fun and violence. Fast forward to 1988 and Joe is on the Trans-Siberian express coming to terms with his best mate's suicide back in 1977. In the present Joe still has to come to terms with Smiles's death.
"In its ambition and exuberance, Human Punk is a league ahead of much contemporary English fiction." -"New Statesman "King's eye for detail is as sharp as his characters' tongues, and his creations are eminently three-dimensional: insightful and funny one minute, bigoted and ******-up the next." -"The Face "Unique and brutal fiction...King is a master of idiom and street slang." -"The Times "King's most accomplished and compelling story to date." --"Esquire
Human Punk by John King
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