REUNIONS. RECRIMINATIONS. RECKONINGS.
Ireland. Great nationalists, bad mothers and a whole lot of secrets. Ryan Cusack is ready to deliver its soundtrack.
Former sex-worker Georgie wants the truth about Ryan’s past out there but the journalist has her own agenda.
Mel returns from Brexit Britain, ill-equipped to deal with the resurgence of a family scandal.
Karine has always been sure of herself, till a terrible secret tugs the rug from under her.
Maureen has got wind that things are changing, and if anyone’s telling the story she wants to make sure it’s her.
A riotous blast of sex, scandal, obsession, love, feminism, gender, music, class and transgression from an author with tremendous, singular talent.
Not only a glorious, bold, funny state-of-the-nation novel, but a beautiful and painful love story too.
- Sally Rooney
Everything about this book glows.
- Roddy Doyle
*featured in 21 Books for 2021*
- The Irish Examiner
*featured in Books To Look Out For In 2021*
- The Irish Times
Moves from the tragic to the hilarious with a dazzling deftness
- Louise O'Neill
- Colin Barrett
A raw, intense novel, full of tenderness.
- Mary Costello
Stylish and relentlessly original
- Nicole Flatterly
It's her best work to date, which is really something
- Kevin Barry
The Rules of Revelation: Lisa McInerney closes ‘unholy trilogy’ with a rebel yell.
One of the great achievements of modern Irish fiction
- Sunday Times
Sharp and satisfying . . . McInerney's world is a compelling sleazy demi-monde of drug dealers, sex workers and property developers, and she has a pleasing disdain for minimalism: here you'll find big characters and lots of them