A Crafty Cigarette - Tales of a Teenage Mod

A Crafty Cigarette - Tales of a Teenage Mod

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'I couldn't put it down because I couldn't put it down.' - John Cooper Clarke

'A Great Debut That Deals With The Joys and Pains of Growing Up.' - Irvine Welsh

'Crafty Cigarette, all things Mod and a dash of anarchy. Want to remember what it was like to be young and angry? Buy this book. A great read.' - Phil Davis (Actor Chalky in Quadrophenia)

'A work of genius.' - Alan McGee (Creation Records)

'Written in first person narrative, in a style and delivery reminiscent of Hunter S Thompson.' - Scootering Magazine

'It's a good book and an easy read. That's pretty much what most pulp fiction needs to be.' - Mod Culture

'A coming of age story, 'A Crafty Cigarette' maybe Matteo Sedazzari's debut novel but it's an impressive story.' - Vive Le Rock

'Like a good Paul Weller concert the novel leaves you wanting more. I'll be very interested in reading whatever Matteo Sedazzari writes next.' - Louder Than War

A Crafty Cigarette is the powerful story of a teenager coming of age in the 70s as seen through his eyes, who on the cusp of adulthood, discovers a band that is new to him, which leads him into becoming a Mod.

A mischievous youth prone to naughtiness, he takes to mod like a moth to a flame, which in turn gives him a voice, confidence and a fresh new outlook towards life, his family, his school friends, girls and the world in general. Growing up in Sunbury -on-Thames where he finds life rather dull and hard to make friends, he moves across the river with his family to Walton -on -Thames in 1979, the year of the Mod Revival, where to his delight he finds many other Mods his age and older, and slowly but surely he starts to become accepted....
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9.14mm | 231.33g
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 1526203561
  • 9781526203564
  • 302,047

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