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    Mayflies

    £8.99
    From the widely renowned author Andrew O'Hagan, a heartbreaking novel of an extraordinary lifelong friendship.
    ISBN: 9780571273713
    AuthorAndrew O'Hagan
    Pub Date03/06/2021
    Pages304
    Availability: In Stock

    Winner of the Christopher Isherwood Prize

    A Guardian, Spectator, Sunday Times, Financial Times and Evening Standard Book of the Year

    'What a stunning novel.' Graham Norton

    'Funny, passionate, heartbreaking.' Tracey Thorn

    'Life-enhancing.' Scotsman

    'Unforgettable.' Colm Toibin

    'Spectacular.' Books of the Year, Spectator

    'An incredible book . . . about men and how important friendship can be to men.' Douglas Stuart

    'My god this is gorgeous. Wild, wise, wonderful . . . Absolutely brilliant.' Russell T Davies

    Everyone has a Tully Dawson: the friend who defines your life.

    In the summer of 1986, James and Tully ignite a friendship based on music, films and the rebel spirit. With school over, they rush towards a magical weekend of youthful excess in Manchester played out against the greatest soundtrack ever recorded. And there a vow is made: to go at life differently.

    Thirty years on, the phone rings. Tully has news.

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    Winner of the Christopher Isherwood Prize

    A Guardian, Spectator, Sunday Times, Financial Times and Evening Standard Book of the Year

    'What a stunning novel.' Graham Norton

    'Funny, passionate, heartbreaking.' Tracey Thorn

    'Life-enhancing.' Scotsman

    'Unforgettable.' Colm Toibin

    'Spectacular.' Books of the Year, Spectator

    'An incredible book . . . about men and how important friendship can be to men.' Douglas Stuart

    'My god this is gorgeous. Wild, wise, wonderful . . . Absolutely brilliant.' Russell T Davies

    Everyone has a Tully Dawson: the friend who defines your life.

    In the summer of 1986, James and Tully ignite a friendship based on music, films and the rebel spirit. With school over, they rush towards a magical weekend of youthful excess in Manchester played out against the greatest soundtrack ever recorded. And there a vow is made: to go at life differently.

    Thirty years on, the phone rings. Tully has news.

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