This book is a bit of a blast from the past. I hadn’t read it in a number of years but I’m happy to report that it still brought as much laughs as the first time.
For anyone unfamiliar with the character, Ross O’ Carroll-Kelly is an exaggerated fictional south side Dubliner, coming of age in the Celtic Tiger era.
This is one of the early releases in the long list of ‘ROCK’ books, and follows Ross through his first year in UCD and his summer in the states afterwards.
If you’re looking for an easy read and some pre-recession laughs, it’s worth a read.
Highlight: Any interation with Ross and his doting father, affectionately nicknamed ‘dick-features’.