Low Life Paperback – 16 Feb 2000
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A day in the life of
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Low Life is one man's struggle to cope with the inadequcies he sees within himself. Rooftop Rafferty is mixed up but self aware. The reader is invited to view a man's life in relation to a day. Unlike Ulysses by Joyce, who depicts a beautiful day in a worthwhile man's life, I wanted to view a miserable day in a worthless man's life. The anti-hero (Rafferty) is the lowest of the low. A man who takes his baby on a drinking and thieving binge. His only redeeming features being his sense of humour and his endearing ability to laugh at himself before the reader gets a chance. Hope you enjoy it. love and peace Duff
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Top Customer Reviews
I got home and started reading it - have you ever heard the phrase "un-putdownable" ? - well that applies to Low Life - I started reading it at 10pm and I read it all in one go - it's got everything - comedy (loads of ! ) - pathos - excitement - and more comedy again..I won't spoil the fun by putting anything about the plot here, except to say that if you want to find out what life's all about at grass roots level, then get this book.
I don't know who Mike Duff is, but I can bet one thing for sure - the book world will be hearing a lot more of him in the near future if this novel is anything to go by.
This book is a "Must Buy" !
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really good read. I laughed and laughed at the stories. Hard hitting but very observational. He is an excellent story teller. Well worth the money. Read morePublished on 26 July 2013 by R. M. Carr