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The third novel from the author of the Baileys Prize-winning The Glorious Heresies

Reunions. Recriminations. Reckonings. 

Ireland. Great nationalists, bad mothers and a whole lot of secrets. Ryan Cusack is ready to deliver its soundtrack. 

Former sex-worker Georgie wants the truth about Ryan's past out there, but the journalist has her own agenda. 

Mel returns from Brexit Britain, ill-equipped to deal with the resurgence of a family scandal. 

Karine has always been sure of herself, until a terrible secret tugs the rug from under her. 

Maureen has got wind that things are changing, and if anyone's telling the story she wants to make sure it's her. 

A riotous blast of sex, scandal, obsession, love, feminism, gender, music, class and transgression from an author with tremendous, singular talent.

©2021 Lisa McInerney (P)2021 Hodder & Stoughton Ltd

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A classic

Lisa McInerney is as good writer as I've read, do yourselves a favour, start and book one and do the trilogy, you will not regret it. Also the reader is sublime, thank you both

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A fantastic end to a whopper trilogy

Wonderful language. Ryan comes of age and the saga of has love for cairín is worth reading

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Fantastic book

I'm going to miss this cast of characters. Beautifully lyrical book and sympathetic treatment of characters.