By Micheal O Conghaile,Brian Bourke
(An Irish-language name) robust, inventive, articulate writing, apt and potent in exploring the kind of fabric in query … if stable brief tale writing used to be lagging lately this could wake up a crowd from their shut eye! — Books eire a brand new international is created right here by means of Micheal O Conghaile, an international which failed to and should by no means exist – yet a global that is, however, uncannily customary . . . pressure, fear, irrationality and wit abound. Self id and man's raison d'être explored.
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