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    As You Were

    £8.99
    ISBN: 9781529111514
    AuthorElaine Feeney
    Pub Date01/07/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages400
    Availability: In Stock

    Discover this unforgettable, darkly funny novel about the power of friendship and the heartbreak of family life - shortlisted for the Rathbones Folio Prize 2021.

    'AMAZING' Marian Keyes
    'BEAUTIFUL' Douglas Stuart
    'FABULOUS' Kevin Barry
    'THRILLING' Nicole Flattery
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    Sinead Hynes is a tough, driven, funny young property developer with a terrifying secret.

    No-one knows it: not her fellow patients in a failing hospital, and certainly not her family. She has confided only in Google and a shiny magpie.

    But she can't go on like this, tirelessly trying to outstrip her past and in mortal fear of her future. Somehow, Sinead needs to seize the moment, and maybe then she can learn to be free...
    __________

    An Evening Standard, Observer and Daily Telegraph Book of the Year
    An Observer Best Debut 2020
    Winner of the Dalkey Book Festival Emerging Writer Award
    Winner of the McKitterick Prize 2020
    Winner of the Kate O'Brien Award 2021
    Shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards Novel of the Year 2020

    'Extraordinary... This is writing that often reaches into your heart' Evening Standard

    'Exhilarating...gloriously full of life' Irish Independent

    'Feeney's voice is at once fresh and sharp, with an eye for comedy' Observer

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    Discover this unforgettable, darkly funny novel about the power of friendship and the heartbreak of family life - shortlisted for the Rathbones Folio Prize 2021.

    'AMAZING' Marian Keyes
    'BEAUTIFUL' Douglas Stuart
    'FABULOUS' Kevin Barry
    'THRILLING' Nicole Flattery
    __________

    Sinead Hynes is a tough, driven, funny young property developer with a terrifying secret.

    No-one knows it: not her fellow patients in a failing hospital, and certainly not her family. She has confided only in Google and a shiny magpie.

    But she can't go on like this, tirelessly trying to outstrip her past and in mortal fear of her future. Somehow, Sinead needs to seize the moment, and maybe then she can learn to be free...
    __________

    An Evening Standard, Observer and Daily Telegraph Book of the Year
    An Observer Best Debut 2020
    Winner of the Dalkey Book Festival Emerging Writer Award
    Winner of the McKitterick Prize 2020
    Winner of the Kate O'Brien Award 2021
    Shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards Novel of the Year 2020

    'Extraordinary... This is writing that often reaches into your heart' Evening Standard

    'Exhilarating...gloriously full of life' Irish Independent

    'Feeney's voice is at once fresh and sharp, with an eye for comedy' Observer