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Reviews

  • A small wonder of a book . . . A particular historical moment, one that cannot be told too often

    Guardian
  • The Holocaust as a subject insists on respect, precludes criticism, prefers silence. One thing is clear: this book will not go gently into any good night

    Observer
  • An extraordinary tale of friendship and the horrors of war . . . Raw literary talent at its best

    Irish Independent
  • A book that lingers in the mind for quite some time . . . A subtle, calculatedly simple and ultimately moving story

    The Irish Times
  • Simply written and highly memorable. There are no monstrosities on the page but the true horror is all the more potent for being implicit

    Ireland on Sunday

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