After listening to a few light reads in the sunshine I was in the mood to read a book and I wanted something I could really get my teeth into. An article in the Guardian which seemed to suggest that the book was partly autobiographical piqued my interest.
Big Brother is brilliant, perhaps not as disturbing as Kevin, but still a confrontational and compelling read. I loved the reflections on food, society and family. Like in Kevin, there are intelligent and ascerbic characters, conflict, there’s horror and a great twist at the end. I’d highly recommend it.