Skint Estate: Notes from the Poverty Line
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'Brilliant, horrifying and really f***ing funny' KATHY BURKE
'Give[s] powerful voice to the often silent story that explains so much of Britain's current fracturing' OBSERVER
I'm a scrounger, a liar, a hypocrite, a stain on society with no basic morals - or so they say. After all, what else do you call a working-class single mum in temporary accommodation?
Skint Estate is the darkly funny debut memoir from Cash Carraway, a scream against austerity that rises full of rage in a landscape of sink estates, police cells, refuges and peepshows.
A voice that must be heard.
'Cash's brutal honesty will leave you wanting to make a change, stand up and be heard. A must-read' VICKY McCLURE
'Extraordinary ... Bursts with energy, wit and anger' KEN LOACH
'The new voice of a generation' THE TIMES
'Astonishingly brilliant ... Raw, gut-wrenching and immensely moving' RUTH JONES
'A fascinating, shocking look at poverty and motherhood' BILLIE PIPER
'A howl of rage ... I loved it' THE IRISH TIMES
'The definition of edgy' LIONEL SHRIVER
|Number Of Pages||368|
|Item Height||26 mm|
|Item Width||128 mm|
|Item Weight||260 Gram|
|Product Dimensions||128 x 26 x 196|
|Format||Paperback | 368|