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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, in new memoir, Glasgow’s Boy Walk of Life, Patrick Munro shares the story of his poverty-stricken and violent upbringing in Glasgow’s tough East End during the 60’s and 70’s.

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Glasgow Boy’s Walk Of Life

Patrick Munro’s unputdownable memoir, Glasgow Boy’s Walk of Life, offers a vivid and honest account of the his life growing up in Scotland’s second city’s East End. With stories from his life from age four into his twenties, Munro, a flawed yet lovable character, shares challenges and moments of joy that were part and parcel of every day life in this tight knit community plagued with poverty, substandard and cramped accommodation, abuse and violence.

In an inspirational journey through poverty, abuse, survival, and enlightenment, readers will learn about his disjointed family life, as Patrick constantly struggles to find out who he truly is as he navigates through the challenges with his quirky humour and cocky attitude, alleviating the sickness and awfulness that surrounds him.

Glasgow Boy’s Walk of Life is a must-read for anyone who loves an inspiring underdog story. Written in the author’s own words, this book covers all the challenges and experiences with friends, foes, and family in the East End of Glasgow during the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Filled with happy moments, saucy stories, and emotional revelations, this true story is an unforgettable testament to the human spirit’s resilience.

Patrick Munro

Glasgow Boy’s Walk of Life is my story, my words my book. I’m a first time author writing under a pseudonym, and I decided to share my story to support those self-counselling following advice from my counsellor.

At the age of 66, this is my first publication and shares the story about my life from age four years old till about 27. It is sad happy and full of people I have met along the way in the tough East End of Glasgow.

-Patrick Munro

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