Made in Britain – review

There might never be a better time for a novel that gives voice to Kenneth Clarke’s “feral underclass”. Made in Britain introduces us to three young people on the brink of adult life, each desperate to escape from the depressed east Lancashire town where the book is set. These are troubled teenagers; victims of a society they are powerless to influence and who, in turn, mete out petty and not so petty injustices to the world that made them…

Here’s the latest review I wrote for The Guardian – on Gavin James Bower’s Made in Britain

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