The Stars in the Bright Sky by Alan Warner

The Stars in the Bright Sky

Alan Warner

Six alcohol-fuelled twenty-somethings plus one holiday equals a cracking weekend read. Down and dirty, perfectly pitched dialogue completes this addictive story of female friendship.

Extract

Manda was racing downhill in a flat-footed motion, coming closer. There was something odd about her stance and only then did they make out what the stance signified. Thrust out before her, almost at full arm-straightened length, a black dot bobbed: Amanda Tassy was carrying a pint of Guinness in her downhill flight.
'That cheating besom's carrying her pint.'

Parallels
  • The Sopranos by Alan Warner
  • Friends Like These by Victoria Routledge
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Explicit sexual content