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Music Love Drugs War

'A clever, compassionate and humorous look at teenage kicks and sectarian strife in early 80s Northern Ireland' Guardian

School is almost over – and for Paddy, Liz, Christy and Kevin it's time to figure out what's next. But before they start the rest of their lives, these teenagers have the 'Cave' – a place to drink, smoke, flirt and listen to punk music. Somewhere to fend off the spectre of the future.

Because this is Derry in 1981, and the streets outside are a war zone. So when a friend is killed, suddenly the choices of who to be and what side to be on are laid starkly before them. New loves

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and old loyalties are imperiled even as whole lives hinge on a single decision . . .

'Exhilarating' Roddy Doyle

'A sensitive and powerful coming-of-age novel' Observer

'Worth checking out for its loving attention to how it feels to be young and in love in a time of turmoil' i

'Utterly convincing' Sunday Times

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