A book about the adventures and lives of a group of late teenage girls, out on a wild spree in the Scottish capital.
The story rattles along, but the book is some much more than the hilarious language and scrapes the main group of characters get into. It's also about life in a small town, the ambitions (or lack of), and without sounding too cheesy the coming of age of the protagonists.
The heavy scottish brogue is a little tricky at first, but then feels so right for the book.
Laugh out loud with quite a few tender observations too.