Strange Flowers By Donal Ryan
Book/Novel Author: Donal Ryan
Book/Novel Title: Strange Flowers
Summary & Review
AN POST IRISH BOOK AWARD NOVEL OF THE YEAR“Mr. Ryan writes conspicuously beautiful prose… The fleeting happiness and abiding melancholy of the asymmetry, heightened by the intimately rendered surroundings, brings out Mr. Ryan’s most sensuous and emotive writing.” –The Wall Street JournalFrom the Booker nominated author of From a Low and Quiet Sea, Donal Ryan’s new novel follows the Gladney family across three generations seeking the true meaning of what it is to find home and love.In 1973, twenty-year-old Moll Gladney takes a morning bus from her rural home in Ireland and disappears. Bewildered and distraught, Paddy and Kit must confront an unbearable prospect: that they will never see their daughter again.Five years later, Moll returns from London. What – and who – she brings with her will change the course of her family’s life forever. Beautiful and devastating, this exploration of loss, alienation and the redemptive power of love reaffirms Donal Ryan as one of the most talented and empathetic writers at work today.
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