From a Low and Quiet Sea, by Donal Ryan (paperback April 2019)
From war torn Syria to small town Ireland, three men, all scarred by what they have loved and lost, are searching for some version of home.
Powerful and moving. Donal Ryan’s writing has the ability to take you straight to the heart of the character - and he makes it look easy !
publ 2018 by Doubleday
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