From the author of the critically acclaimed, Soldier's Song ('brilliantly written... the Falklands Goodbye to All That' - 'Sunday Express'), this is his own painfully funny, true-life tale of surviving a war, divorce, prison, gambling, a nervous breakdown, French Canadians, a shed-load of grass and a drug dealer who will only trade in tracksuit tops.Praise for Soldier's Song: John Le Carre: 'Next time you hear your child sing Rule Britannia, read him this'Arena: 'Honest, evocative, occasionally painful and often (disconcertingly) hilarious account of the grim business of
war'Literary Review: 'We could do with fewer artistic visionaries, and a few more like Lukowiak'Mail on Sunday: 'A back street Wilfred Owen... a cocky, comic unforgettable performance'
Ken Lukowiak was born in 1959. He served with 2 Para in the Falklands War. Despite his conviction for drug possession he was discharged from the army with an Exemplary Conduct Record. Soldier's Song was published in 1992 and became an instant classic.