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Louise Nealon - Snowflake - 9781786581105 - 9781786581105
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Snowflake

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Signed by the author. Special Edition with exclusive content in the form of a short story not available in the regular edition - 'The Possibility of Snow' The difference between a victim and survivor is the ability to tell your story. Eighteen-year-old Debbie lives on a dairy farm in Kildare with her mother and her uncle Billy who lives in a caravan in the garden. Who knows what happened to Billy's dreams, but now his company is a bottle of whiskey and the stars that hang overhead. Debbie's mum Maeve's grip on reality is increasingly tenuous, and she spends her days recording her dreams, which are more real than her daylight hours. This world is Debbie's normal, but she is about to step into life as a university student in Dublin. There she meets Xanthe and a new gang of friends, finding it increasingly difficult to navigate between the world of home, and her new life, coming to see that sometimes even the maddest of families are our real places of safety.
Signed Edition with Exclusive Bonus Content - a short story, 'The Possibility of Snow'. Eighteen-year-old Debbie White lives on a dairy farm with her mother, Maeve, and her uncle, Billy. Billy sleeps out in a caravan in the garden with a bottle of whiskey and the stars overhead for company. Maeve spends her days recording her dreams, which she believes to be prophecies. This world is Debbie's normal, but she is about to step into life as a student at Trinity College in Dublin. As she navigates between sophisticated new friends ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Hardback
Publication date
2021
Publisher
Manillla Press
Condition
New
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781786581105
SKU
9781786581105
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 2 to 4 working days
Ref
99-7

About Louise Nealon
Louise Nealon studied English literature at Trinity College Dublin, and then completed a masters in creative writing at Queen's University Belfast in 2016. She lives on her family farm in County Kildare.

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