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Literary Fiction

You can view our entire archive of book reviews further down the page, or go direct to your preferred genre using the list below. If you would like to submit a book review of your own to be considered for publication, you can do so here.

Paris Syndrome by Lucy Sweeney Byrne
Posted by E.R. Murray in , .

Paris Syndrome is Lucy Sweeney Byrne’s debut collection, and the first book published by Banshee Press. The eleven auto-fictional stories transport us to a variety of intriguing locations, including Paris,...

Full of Grace by Orla McAlinden
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘In the seconds before the visitor pulls a balaclava over his five o’ clock shadow you already know he is bad news. A solitary figure slouching up the long farm...

Looker by Laura Simms
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , , .

In a chilling, suffocating style Laura Sims carves a credible character in The Professor. Her life in a sophisticated apartment building with an attractive husband and a respectable job is...

Love & Ruin by Paula McLain
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

In 1937, courageous and independent Martha Gellhorn travels to Madrid to report on the atrocities of the Spanish Civil War… Love & Ruin by Paula McLain, is a novel based...

A Nail, A Rose by Madeleine Bourdouxhe
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Meticulously translated from French by Faith Evans, a London-based editor, translator and literary agent, A Nail, A Rose, by Madeleine Bourdouxhe, was originally published in English in 1989 by The Women’s...

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

I need to be open in a very unprofessional way and declare straight off that this book was glorious, absolutely glorious. Daisy Jones is introduced to us in the late...

Night Boat to Tangier by Kevin Barry
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Maurice Hearne and Charlie Redmond sit on a bench just a few yards west of the hatch. They are in their low fifties. The years are rolling out like the...

Swan Song by Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott.
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘They told him everything… He told everybody else.’  Swan Song is a book I have been looking forward to reading for quite some time. I purchased a copy a few months...

Tangerine by Christine Mangan
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in .

Alice Shipley lives in a plush apartment in Tangier, Morocco with her husband, John. Her life at Bennington, Vermont is oceans away and she is surrounded daily with the bustle...

Suzy Suzy by William Wall
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Suzy is a 17-year old Dublin girl in post Celtic Tiger Ireland. Her father collects properties like people collect stamps, lending a suggestion of foreboding to the plot. The health...