A powerful new collection of short stories from Norther Irish writer Peter Hollywood.
subtle and nuanced, with a seam of pitch-black humour…Hawks flies.
– The Irish Times, 28 September 2013
With Hawks, Peter Hollywood has crafted a gripping collection of stories which reflects the changing face of Northern Ireland.
While Northern Ireland is in the process of a gradual transformation into another place, despite the glitz on the surface, it is yet to arrive. Haunted by the collective memory of moments shared, it could embrace a bright future, or retain the darker colours of its past.
In clear, elegant and sombre prose, though never beyond humour, emotion and feeling, Hollywood charts the movements towards this new world with gusto.
|Dimensions||198 x 129 x 15 mm|
Write a review
If you are having trouble or have any queries at all, pop us a quick email and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Authors, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Literary Fiction, Martin Malone, Short Stories
Anthologies, Fiction, Short Stories, Sinead Gleeson (ED)
Anthologies, Authors, Evelyn Conlon, Fiction, General Fiction, Hans-Christian Oeser, Literary Fiction