May 24, 2021

tops Irish bestsellers list for second week

Louise Nealon’s Snowflake

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Snowflake remains at number one in the original fiction bestsellers list for a second week running following its publication on the 10th May.


Described as ‘mad and wonderful’ by Roddy Doyle’ the novel about growing up and leaving home, only to find that you've taken it with you continues to enjoy critical acclaim.


“Clever, witty, wryly elegant and full of emotional truth”

The Sunday Independent


“Nealon’s bald honesty about rural life is reminiscent of Patrick Kavanagh and his anti- pastorals”

RTE.ie


The book also currently features on BBC Radio 4’s Book at Bedtime this week. Read by Louisa Harland of Derry Girls fame it goes out twice daily for the next week at 12.04 and then 22.45 -


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000w4np


https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/books/book-reviews/snowflakereview-inevitable-

comparisons-with-sally-rooney-but-louise-nealon-has-her-own-voice-40455952.html


https://www.rte.ie/culture/2021/0520/1222909-reviewed-snowflake-by-louise-nealon/

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