Ninety: 'A great portrait of a seminal time for youth culture in the UK'
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Ninety takes you back to the period of time for U.K. youth culture when the new kid on the block, Acid House and ecstasy went toe to toe with terrace culture. 

A watershed moment where rival football hooligans would be in the same clubs or illegal raves without a hint of violence. 

Throwing punches during Saturday afternoons and throwing shapes on the dance floor by night. 

Ninety reminds you of the impact of when both cultures collided and how nothing would ever be quite the same from that moment on for all who took part. 

Dean Cavanagh - Award winning screenwriter said: “Ninety is a great portrait of a seminal time for youth culture in the UK. A nostalgic must read for those who experienced it and an exciting and intriguing read for those that didn’t.”

You can buy the book by clicking this link https://amzn.to/2xtRALi 

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Words: Johnny Proctor