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    Savage Her Reply

    £13.99
    A dark & witchy feminist retelling of the Irish myth of The Children of Lir
    ISBN: 9781912417643
    AuthorDeirdre Sullivan
    Pub Date03/09/2020
    BindingHardback
    Pages256
    Availability: In Stock

    A dark, feminist retelling of The Children of Lir told in Sullivan's hypnotic prose.




    'No-one else writes like Deirdre Sullivan. She is lyrical, poetic and thoroughly intoxicating.' Juno Dawson, author of Wonderland



    'Unsettling, haunting, and darkly lyrical, Savage Her Reply is a beautiful thing.' Louise O'Neill, author of After The Silence




    A retelling of the favourite Irish fairytale The Children of Lir. Aife marries Lir, a chieftain with four children by his previous wife. Jealous of his affection for his children, the witch Aife turns them into swans for 900 years.



    Retold through the voice of Aife, Savage Her Reply is unsettling and dark, feminist and fierce, yet nuanced in its exploration of the guilt of a complex character.



    A dark & witchy feminist retelling from the author of Tangleweed and Brine

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    A dark, feminist retelling of The Children of Lir told in Sullivan's hypnotic prose.




    'No-one else writes like Deirdre Sullivan. She is lyrical, poetic and thoroughly intoxicating.' Juno Dawson, author of Wonderland



    'Unsettling, haunting, and darkly lyrical, Savage Her Reply is a beautiful thing.' Louise O'Neill, author of After The Silence




    A retelling of the favourite Irish fairytale The Children of Lir. Aife marries Lir, a chieftain with four children by his previous wife. Jealous of his affection for his children, the witch Aife turns them into swans for 900 years.



    Retold through the voice of Aife, Savage Her Reply is unsettling and dark, feminist and fierce, yet nuanced in its exploration of the guilt of a complex character.



    A dark & witchy feminist retelling from the author of Tangleweed and Brine