Reviews

  • "[A] gripping and moving thriller"

    Guardian
  • "Like other young Irish writers, O'Connor brings into view a sharp and harsh image of contemporary Ireland. But this carries with it a feeling of emotional credibility not found in more traditional and stereotypical images of Irish life. It also brings a deeply ironic black humour of which the novel is full"

    Scotsman
  • "Very near perfection. You’ll be on the edge of your seat."

    The Literary Review