Modern fictionIrvine Welsh's latest novel, now in paperback, is a thriller about the corruption and abuse of the human soul, the possibilities of redemption, and deals with the challenging subject-matter of organised paedophile gangs. 'By some distance Welsh's most restrained and thoughtful work... The themes...are distressing, but Welsh's take is surprisingly considered and compassionate, and ultimately an old-fashioned moral one' Times
"Modern fiction Trainspotting ten years on. Reintroduces characters from the bestselling novels, Trainspotting and Glue. ""A worthy sequel...A touching love song to the possibilities and limits of friendship. Charming, funny and sly, Porno is a good poke at all kinds of pretence and moral tidiness"". Evening Standard. Unmissable, high-profile marketing campaign, including national press ads and British Rail posters."
Modern fictionB format paperback edition of this novel which has been widely perceived as Welsh's best work for some time, telling the story of four young men from an Edinburh housing scheme. A powerful exploration of the nature of friendship, complete with sharp dialogue, the trademark dark tableaux and some finely drawn characters. "Wild, brave and funny" Sunday Times. "Welsh is at the top of his game" The Face.