Reviews

  • A beautiful bittersweet story of love, loss and families all set in the most irresistible of locations. Tears were shed!

    Graham Norton
  • A moving and powerful novel from one of Ireland's finest new writers

    John Boyne
  • Such a true gift of a novel, with its sumptuous forward momentum, and rare precision, and inspired imagery. The Truth Must Dazzle Gradually generates a very bright light, one that is human, graceful, and healing. It's an absolute pleasure to read

    Sebastian Barry
  • A beautiful story. I was gripped and held in a state of love for all the characters

    Sarah Winman, Sunday Times bestselling author of Tin Man
  • I devoured this, falling in love with the setting and with every character - and when I reached the end, I wept. It is just glorious. A sweeping family safe and, at the same time, a close-up on the everyday beautiful details that make up love

    Emma Flint, author of Little Deaths
  • We are seduced by the story of the star-crossed lovers

    Sunday Times
  • Cullen's quietly devastating second novel is both a family saga and a careful exploration of the reality of living with mental health issues

    i paper
  • A beautiful meditation on family life in Ireland

    Elaine Feeney, Irish Times
  • An extremely moving read. Handles the complexities of love, grief, family life and mental illness with sensitivity and depth. A truly gorgeous novel.

    Ali Land, author of Good Me, Bad Me
  • Intensely moving, beautifully written and drenched with Irish atmosphere, this novel asks brave and thoughtful questions about mental health

    Daily Mail

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