LIFE, DEATH & TIME TRAVEL ON THE GLASGOW SUBWAY "Life isnae a fulm. It's barely even a story. Thur's nae such hing as gid guys and bad guys, thur's jist… guys. Cause sometimes folk dae nice hings, really lovely hings, and then a minute later they dae horrible, break yer heart hings. But that widnae be easy tae digest over ninety minutes while ye munch yer popcorn and sook yer Tango Ice Blast. So we pretend thur's gid guys and bad guys and sort folk intae wan category or the other. We don't like tae believe thur's a giant chasm in the middle whaur everybody really sits." When selfish student Daisy trashes her stepdad's funeral, she gets blind drunk and wakes up on the Glasgow subway to find she has travelled back in time. To make amends for her behaviour, she must save a life-but she doesn't know who, how, or where to begin. She'll have to find out fast if she wants to make it back to her old life and avoid being trapped in the wrong timeline forever. This novel was awarded one of the first Scots Language Publication Grants funded by the Scottish Government and administered by the Scottish Book Trust.