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We don't think we can improve on the author's own summary of his book: I am many things, roysh -- unbelievable babe magnet, red-hot lover, loyal kind of goy, best forward who never played for Ireland -- but there's a few things I was basically sure I'd never be, related to a jailbird for storters, or listening to the old dear getting randier than a goat in heat, or even aWe don't think we can improve on the author's own summary of his book: I am many things, roysh -- unbelievable babe magnet, red-hot lover, loyal kind of goy, best forward who never played for Ireland -- but there's a few things I was basically sure I'd never be, related to a jailbird for storters, or listening to the old dear getting randier than a goat in heat, or even a father, for that matter. It's funny how life decides to throw you a total hospital pass every now and then. Really, like, hilarious. One minute you're the man, a ledge in his own town, every bird in sniffing distance wanting a piece of the action, and the next ...Well let's just say if I had gone to Blackrock Morket, roysh, and paid some crusty old crone to tell my future, and she told me all this, I would have said, 'Sorry, witch features, but what the fock are you banging on about. I'm Ross O'Carroll-Kelly. I am the man, and I always will be. Roysh!' I would have been wrong, dude. And we are talking totally here....

Title : This Champagne Mojito Is the Last Thing I Own
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ISBN : 9781844881246
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 368 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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This Champagne Mojito Is the Last Thing I Own Reviews

  • James
    2019-01-01 20:10

    Roysh, it's very, very funny, capturing, like, Dublin's zeitgeist, if that's an actual word.

  • Jan
    2018-12-29 20:09

    I have marked it as "read" though in all honesty I got about halfway through and gave up on it, but there isnt a shelf for that!The "dialecty" feel of the writing style made it hard work and it also felt like there were a lot of in jokes and place references that you would only really get if you were very familiar with Dublin.I just couldnt engage with the story as I was having to try too hard to understand it....

  • Grania
    2019-01-22 18:07

    Ross O´Carroll kelly's mother is a crypto-Edna O´Brien for Celtic tiger Ireland. She is a sexually liberated Freudian nightmare, and serves as a counterpoint for changes in Irelands self-perception. We've gone from the land of literary greats to the land of inflated house prices. This book was published in 2007 at the height of the good times, and is a little weary of high living.

  • Jessica Staines
    2019-01-04 18:09

    Good old RO'CK! Love it!

  • G
    2019-01-01 20:22

    Enjoyable and easy to read, but not quite as good as the previous one!

  • Marie Grassick
    2018-12-26 20:31

    Absolute drivel

  • Clare
    2018-12-28 20:09

    Absolutely hilarious,the best book i have read in at least 5 years...overall just a great book to pick up and read at any time....the best book,I highly recommend it "roysh"...