qFoley writes with the precision and economy of a poet and the razor-sharp wit of a first-class satirist.q--Books Ireland. It's a familiar story, this time set in Ireland and London. The young narrator writes a critical article on the qfamousq writera#39;I phoned the guy again and hea#39;s prepared to break all the rules and photocopy crucial pages from a few of the manuals. ... In Ireland the hand does one thing, the voice says something else, and the eye winks at you in humorous complicity. ... He insisted on an office next door to the bakerya#39; So the journalists encountered Reba in the first wild innocence of her ... stout, sense of humour, mockery, disrespect, foul mouth, wicked tongue and northern accent harsh as a chain saw cutting tin.
|Title||:||The Road to Notown|