A racy novel by one of the best-known, most loved and most respected broadcaster-journalists of his day, someone who often courted controversy. A nephew of the great Liam O’Flaherty, he divided critics but the public knew what it wanted, and Aran writer Ó hEithir (1930-1990), who knew Ireland inside out, was the man of the hour.
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This is a masterful novel from Breandán Ó hEithir. The story centres on a character who is trying to get away from the expectations placed on him by his father that he would follow in his footsteps and embark on a republican career as he did.