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You Reviews

‘…You deserves to find a place in our pantheon of much-admired, beautifully crafted variations on a theme’

Arminta Wallace, The Irish Times

‘…timeless, placeless and universal… a must read’

Yvonne Hogan, The Irish Independent

‘…a vivid and immediate sensory experience,…Ní Chonchúir’s ear – as you might expect of a poet – is alive to the language of her characters…it is about the ordinary, and the secret life that runs beneath it’

Kevin Power, The Sunday Business Post

‘The novel flows beautifully and is understated in tone…This gem is sure to win her further acclaim. Nuala Ní Chonchúir is a writer to watch.’

Sue Leonard, The Irish Examiner

‘…this novel uses plain prose, vivid detail, fresh images, and the delightful Dublin vernacular. You is a compelling story that brings to life complex characters and delivers hard-hitting truths.’

Ethel Rohan, Pank

‘Her prose is both dignifying and empowering to her subjects, and it is her psychological ableness which will mark Ní Chonchúir as a writer of significance.’

Rachel J. Fenton, Melusine