Bottleneck (Oberon Modern Plays) by Luke Barnes

By Luke Barnes

Am I a virgin? i believe i'm. I suggest it went in her however it used to be floppy and it wasn’t really nice so i feel i'm a virgin. I’m going to assert i'm. Will glance greater on me uni applications.

Liverpool, 1989. Greg is 13. He has simply all started secondary college. He earns pocket cash sweeping up hair in a barbers. women are extraterrestrial beings. Liverpool FC are everything.

Greg has a rare tale to inform you.

Bottleneck is a colourful coming-of-age tale approximately changing into a guy hrough adventures either substantial and small. it's a few infamous urban; Liverpool. How the surface global perspectives it and the way it perspectives the
outside world.

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