If anyone is producing stories in Irish that are cool enough to attract the reader who in English is a Clive Barker/Stephen King fan, it’s Ré Ó Laighléis, a Dubliner, ex-teacher, and winner of several awards for his gutsy Irish fiction and shivery touch. . . . There certainly hasn’t been anything quite like this written in Irish within the last couple of millennia.
– RTÉ Guide
A cinematographic novel providing a frightening insight into prehistoric tribalism in Ireland . . . one of the most unusual and atmospheric pieces written in the latter part of this century.