This novel by Maylis Besserie, the first of her Irish trilogy, shows us Samuel Beckett at the end of his life in 1989, living in Le Tiers-Temps retirement home. It is as if Beckett has come to live in one of his own stage productions, peopled with strange, unhinged individuals, waiting for the end of days.
Leabhar eisceachtúil atá ann ar go leor bealaí: scéal ar shaol dhrabhlásach Phaidí Pheadair ó cheann ceann na cruinne, scéal atá lán d’eachtraíocht, saol de chineál nach gcastar orainn de ghnáth i litríocht na Gaeilge agus é sin scríofa i gcanúint shaibhir Thoraí nach bhfuil ar bhéal na ndaoine níos mó.
A gorgeous new edition of a Maeve Binchy winter classic, with brand new introduction by Cathy Bramley. Set in a country house on the west coast of Ireland, a mesmerising novel of changing lives, hope, and finding the things that really matter.
The Gospel According to Blindboy is a surreal and genre-defying collection of short stories exploring the myths, complacencies and contradictions at the heart of modern Ireland. It is one of the most original collections of short stories to emerge in recent years.