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on 10 June 2013
To be honest I bought it because it was cheap. Don't get me wrong I always read the latest hardman biog etc. Most of them against my better judgement, because they are average but pass ten minutes here and there whilst in between jobs. This book is way above average though and one of the best in this genre. What a life this guy has led, not one I'd want to live but all the same It's one truly worthy of a book and so good I straight away bought his other book "naughty" which so far is proving just as good. I looked him up on YouTube too and he actually dies cone across as someone intelligent enough to write this himself. Top marks.
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on 1 February 2012
Like Mark Chester's other book it was a brilliant read. Exciting, funny, real and adrenaline pumping throughout. Whoever gave the 1* needs to get a personality and then actually read it!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
a great insight into the exciting life on the edge that this bloke has read. i have read quite a lot of similar books and found them unconvincing or boring but this one is Spot on. well done mark if you are reading this. his naughty fourty is decent also.
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on 20 April 2013
Marc Chester writes with such passion and honesty.. I could not put this book down and did not do so. Brutal and brutally honest with bag full's of comedy.. You cant help but get involved in every fight and even in depth filth to make this a real lads story.. I ended up thinking of him as a mate and thank him for this great book.
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on 9 October 2013
While not as compelling as Naughty, there's some great little stories in here, not least the trip to Poland - sounds bananas! A great book to dive in and out of: nothing seismic or revelatory, but a good little page turner. Genuinely, it's a shame that Chester has announced he won't be writing anymore.
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on 23 May 2013
Another good read from Mark Chester. Not quite as good at the N40 book in my eyes, but that stands head and shoulders above the rest. Well worth a read and hope he does more books, has so much more to say that some of the other so called hooly authors out there. Stoke have done a bit to be fair!
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on 29 August 2013
Enjoyable read but certainly not on the same level as Irvine welsh. A bit far fetched at times having said that it kept me page turning until the end. Of the book on a wet Saturday.
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on 15 July 2013
Read the first book and liked it,but this book is total dross the author goes off into fantasy land and the book while supposed to be factual reads like a trashy novel at times.
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on 8 February 2014
In a way you read this and its a mirror image of many people's lives ,we are scorned by many but respected by those that matter, excellent read
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on 23 August 2014
More great tales from the Stoke boys! Some hilarious, some harrowing, all definitely entertaining! Well worth a read.
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