Navigation

How to Fall Apart

Availability: Out of Stock
ISBN: 9781529381214
AuthorHynes, Liadan
Pub Date11/06/2020
BindingPaperback
Pages352
CountryIRL
Dewey158.1
Quick overview A memoir about what happens when your life goes drastically off the rails.
€16.39

'Honest, vulnerable and empowering' Angela Scanlon

'Poignant, profound, and moving, I have no doubt that this beautifully written book will comfort anyone who is in the process of falling apart' Louise O'Neill

'Liadan Hynes writes with so much heart. Her story will help shine a light during uncertain, painful times. After reading, you'll be ready to heal' Cecelia Ahern

When journalist and podcaster Liadan Hynes's marriage ended, it felt like a loss: of her best-friend, and of the happy ending she had envisaged on their wedding day. In the months that followed, she had to adjust to a different future - as a single mum juggling work and managing a home -- without someone to share the ups and downs of the everyday.

Here, in this honest, poignant and beautifully written memoir, she gives an account of her experience.

From navigating Friday-night dinner parties and Saturday nights alone on the couch, to counselling and having more gurus than is sensible, How to Fall Apart is a story of one woman who discovered the value of different kinds of love and, in doing so, found herself: single, stronger and surrounded by love.

*
*
*
Product description

'Honest, vulnerable and empowering' Angela Scanlon

'Poignant, profound, and moving, I have no doubt that this beautifully written book will comfort anyone who is in the process of falling apart' Louise O'Neill

'Liadan Hynes writes with so much heart. Her story will help shine a light during uncertain, painful times. After reading, you'll be ready to heal' Cecelia Ahern

When journalist and podcaster Liadan Hynes's marriage ended, it felt like a loss: of her best-friend, and of the happy ending she had envisaged on their wedding day. In the months that followed, she had to adjust to a different future - as a single mum juggling work and managing a home -- without someone to share the ups and downs of the everyday.

Here, in this honest, poignant and beautifully written memoir, she gives an account of her experience.

From navigating Friday-night dinner parties and Saturday nights alone on the couch, to counselling and having more gurus than is sensible, How to Fall Apart is a story of one woman who discovered the value of different kinds of love and, in doing so, found herself: single, stronger and surrounded by love.

Additional information
Customers who bought this item also bought

Handiwork

Baume, Sara
9781916434257
In this contemplative short narrative, artist and acclaimed writer Sara Baume charts the daily process of making and writing, exploring what it is to create and to live as an artist. Elegantly encompassing images and in itself a significant artefact, handiwork offers observations that are at once gentle and devastating on the nature of art, grief and a life lived well.
€13.00

Diary of a Young Naturalist

McAnulty, Dara
9781908213792
Diary of a Young Naturalist chronicles the turning of 15-year-old Dara McAnulty's world. From spring and through a year in his home patch in Northern Ireland, Dara spent the seasons writing. These vivid, evocative and moving diary entries about his connection to wildlife and the way he sees the world are raw in their telling.
€18.69

Ann Devine: Handle With Care

O'Regan, Colm
9781848272484
€15.16