World Book Day National Winner
A bitterly intelligent and gruesomely funny journey through the worlds of work, sex and rugby. Lewis Davies ruthlessly dissects a passion on a four-day odyssey through the pubs, bedrooms and building sites of a smouldering town.
A Welsh homage to Saturday Night, Sunday Morning and A Kind of Loving, it is a novel that has become one of the modern classics of contemporary Welsh life.
“What else is there?” Nigel Williams, Rugby Player, Bryncoch RFC
“Some of the action is a bit rough and that’s only on the building site. It gets much rougher later on.” Meic Stephens, The Western Mail
“Read it - it will keep you entertained.” Wales on Sunday
Lewis Davies is a writer and publisher whose work includes the best-selling and award-winning classic novel of Welsh contemporary life Work, Sex & Rugby as well as other novels, plays, poetry and essays. His travel book Freeways won the John Morgan Award, and he won the Rhys Davies short story award for ‘Mr. Roopratna’s Chocolate’.