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by Mike Nellis,Fergus McNeill,Allan Weaver

  • ISBN: 190438045X
  • Category: Biographies
  • Author: Mike Nellis,Fergus McNeill,Allan Weaver
  • Subcategory: Specific Groups
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Waterside Press (May 7, 2008)
  • Pages: 212 pages
  • FB2 size: 1990 kb
  • EPUB size: 1777 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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Allan Weaver, Mike Nellis (Foreword). Fergus McNeill (Goodreads Author) (Foreword).

Allan Weaver, Mike Nellis (Foreword). The autobiography of an ex-offender and twice-times inmate of Barlinnie Prison, now a social work team-leader in his native Scotland. As a local hard case, author Allan Weaver took no prisoners. Neither does he in this compelling work in which he tells of a life of violent episodes and chaotic early life. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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The autobiography of an ex-offender and twice-times inmate of Barlinnie Prison, now a social work team-leader in his native Scotland.

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I know I fucked up all the colours And she don't appreciate the silence Oh my love tried to tell you that she can't know, she can't know. And she said You can't stay here, you can't lay near me When she's hoping that someday oh you'll be the one Can't see now, you can't think Oh love, the love that you know won't ever be enough I'm awake, I'm awake to myself now From mistakes, oh mistakes that I made. Written By Oscar Dawson & Fergus James.

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This is the autobiography of an ex-offender and two-time prison inmate who is now a social work team-leader in his native Scotland. Author Allan Weaver took no prisoners in his youth. Neither does he in this compelling work in which he describes an early life of increasingly violent episodes, in which teachers, social workers, and others never sought to get to know him or what his offending was about. Hence, a never-ending escalation of his violent activities, creating tensions for his family, friends, and often dubious associates in the seaside town where he grew up. So You Think You Know Me? is infused with contradictions in which the Allan Weaver who commits sometimes unspeakable acts of mayhem and aggression is not the Allan Weaver telling the story from inside his own head: an often vulnerable, sensitive, articulate and (if somewhat crazily) balanced individual to whom his own actions never seem to make any sense beyond a misguided insistence on living up to his tough guy image and reputation. It is remarkable that there can be any tidy ending to this gritty true account of a life spent in residential homes, prison, and â? always at a respectful distance from â? the police and other authority figures. Weaver comments on the present-day criminal justice system that he believes is still failing young people for reasons which are given in the book. So You Think You Know Me? is essential reading for anyone involved with serious young offenders, especially those of a violent disposition.

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