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[ Pdf Filth ✓ rwanda PDF ] by Irvine Welsh Ï A few years back I was watching some pissed off religious zealot going all loony on TV because gays were having their little pride parade oh, the horror and proposing they should all be sent to the desert or be given a country Australia, he suggested to inhabit Maybe I should have been outraged, but I couldn t stop laughing to tears at the poor ignorant fool and his unbelievable stupidity Some people are so deranged, you just can t take them seriously.
My reaction to Bruce Robertson was not much different Yes, he s a misanthrope, a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a cokehead, a liar, a scum Everything you despise in a human being He s the lowest form of life possible His words, thoughts and actions end up with you angry and repulsed and swallowing back a bit of your own vomit You sure don t empathize with him because you re a decent human being who s probably been she 3.
5 stars One of my mottoes aboot the job is better you wasting some cunt else s time than some cunt wasting your time D.
S Bruce Robertson In a sense we are together because nothing, space, time, distance whatever, can break the delicious communion between us Carole Use quotation marks you limey bastard I m so glad I listen to my friend s book recommendations sometimes Filth is the story of Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson, and the first thing you should know about him is that he s a complete and utter Bastard.
During the build up to Christmas the race is on for the much desired Detective Inspector position and Bruce is adamant that he is going to be the one Now if that means he s got to lie, cheat, steal, manipulate and back stab his way there, then you can safely bet that he will The media sensitive murder investigation of a black tourist might cause some trouble, but that s not going to stop him enjoying his week holiday of drinking and whoring in the Dam It is refreshing from time to time to read a first person perspective of a complete and utter Cunt He is a user, a misogynist, a racist, a drug user, and an abuser All the things most people ar I have never been so glad to finish a book Great writer, and I found bits of it funny, but my overriding impression of the whole experience of reading it, was one of deep depression I am glad to say that I will never have to do that again

Same rules apply I needed a book I could finally rate 5 stars As many said before me the book perfectly corresponds to the title Filth There is nothing I ve read before that so perfectly illustrates utter and complete burn out Our protagonist, Bruce is a cop whose life is in ruins, his wife left him, he drinks, takes drugs and fucks whores, on top of that there is eczema all over his privates and a tapeworm in his guts.
Reading this is like fast forwarding on a nightmare where the same elements keep repeating and everything spirals out of control slowly Bruce hates everything and everyone and his only joy left is making people s live hell around him with perfectly planned scheming Most if not all of his thoughts are racist, misogynistic,homophobic, hateful, angry and nihilistic At a certain point the only sound of reason is the tapeworm There are several reasons why I will never forget this book The main reason is Bruce Robertson, the main character of Filth.
Bruce Robertson is a Police Investigator in Edinburgh He s also, in every sense of the word, the WORST human being you can imagine He s depraved, completely void of morality, racist, and worst of all, believes in what he does Reading this book actually makes you fearful that there are people out there like this in positions of power His actions are awe inducing in their maliciousness Sometimes they are horrifying And amazingly, if you connect with this book not everybody will , you will actually laugh out loud Sometimes at yourself when you come to the realization that you are actually finding humor in his actions In my adventures of reading modern fiction, I don t think I ve ever come across such a horrible creation such as Bru A good book, following the exploits of the world s second worst police officer through the things he does.
Unfortunately the main character is so difficult to relate to he does the most awful things for no reason other than he can wants to, and I can t understand that that by the time of his trip to Amsterdam you re left numb The constant series of horrors which are entertaining and shocking to begin with become something that you are accustomed to, the horror you were feeling at his physical mental state and his actions towards others to begin with becomes dull.
Maybe this is a statement in itself about human nature when faced with atrocities over which we have no control, like the heavy descriptive prose in American Psycho, but like AP, the point had been made quite a while before anything came of it.
However, you Loved this read it when i was in 4th year so I was maybe 15 or 16.
Film was amazing too.
With The Christmas Season Upon Him, Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson Of Edinburgh S Finest Is Gearing Up Socially Kicking Things Off With A Week Of Sex And Drugs In AmsterdamThere Are Some Sizable Flies In The Ointment, Though A Missing Wife And Child, A Nagging Cocaine Habit, Some Painful Below The Belt Eczema, And A String Of Demanding Extramarital Affairs The Last Thing Robertson Needs Is A Messy, Racially Fraught Murder, Even If It Means Overtime And The Opportunity To Clinch The Promotion He Craves Then There S That Nutritionally Demanding And Psychologically Acute Intestinal Parasite In His Gut Yes, Things Are Going Badly For This Utterly Corrupt Tribune Of The Law, But In An Irvine Welsh Novel Nothing Is Ever So Bad That It Can T Get A Whole Lot Worse

Irvine Welsh

[ Pdf Filth ✓ rwanda PDF ] by Irvine Welsh Ï pamyatnik.pro Probably most famous for his gritty depiction of a gang of Scottish Heroin addicts, Trainspotting 1993 , Welsh focuses on the darker side of human nature and drug use All of his novels are set in his native Scotland and filled with anti heroes, small time crooks and hooligans Welsh manages, however to imbue these characters with a sad humanity that makes them likable despite their obvious scumb