He shags girls.
He hates his father.
And he looks nothing like his step brother, who stays by his side throughout his madness. When Larry does something terrible, it looms over him, shaping his future, transforming all the relationships around him and hurtling him into a rabbit hole. Oh, and wheelbarrows are involved. Five of them. Somehow Larry and one of these wheelbarrows will collide and things will get pretty hairy – for Larry, that is, not for you, dear reader.
"Drunk is a great little book by a great writer. It addresses a poignant subject with much thought, brutal honesty and sharp wit. The prose is excellent (apart from you know what) and the characters are unique and memorable. There is special shelf in my book case reserved for some of my favorite books by African writers. I look forward to adding Bikos’ there."