Trainspotting

  • by Irvine Welsh
  • Narrated by Irvine Welsh, Tam Dean Burn
  • 2 hrs and 58 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Mark Renton is a very sick young man. He's sick of heroin and sick of trying to get off it but, above all, Renton is thoroughly sick of himself. What with vampire ghost babies, exploding siblings and disatorous sexual encounters, it's pain to see why Renton gloomily contends that 'life does not get any easier'.

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Customer Reviews

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Terrible

Straight to the point, it's the worst reading of a book I have ever heard, I am Scottish and well aware that it is written in dialect but the combination of bad reading and even worse sound effects in the back ground made me switch off after half an hour.
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- Allan

Too much missing

I thought the narrator did an excellent job on this and really brings the characters to life. I also think the sound effects and music are a nice touch, without being in any way intrusive. My big problem with this audiobook is that so much of the original book has been cut out. It isn't even 3 hours long and without having read the book or watched the film the story here will jump and skip events without making a lot of sense. I think this is a shame as the content produced was very good, it just isn't enough.
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- Matthew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-06-2010
  • Publisher: Random House AudioBooks