Reviews

  • As subtle and as delicate as the many feathers depicted through its pages, Of All That Ends is a glorious gift, a final salute true to the singular creativity of the most human, and humane, of artists.

    Irish Times
  • There is a lovely diversity to these pieces… His intelligence and intellectual engagement remain fiercely undimmed.

    Catherine Taylor, Financial Times
  • This beautiful, ironic and often funny final collage of asides and meditations sums up the fabulist’s genius.

    Eileen Battersby, Irish Times, Book of the Year
  • Autumnal, elegiac and tinged with a twilight charm

    Boyd Tonkin, The Arts Desk
  • Of All That Ends radiates a burst of his primitive energy and his subtle shrewdness, using words and pencil lines as a remedy, an antidote to the factual world that we objectify and iconise… Laced with black humour.

    Julian Evans, Daily Telegraph

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