M for Mammy (lydbok) av Eleanor O'Reilly
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Eleanor O'Reilly (forfatter), Aoife McMahon (oppleser)

M for Mammy lydbok

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THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER 'Heart-breaking, heart-warming, and hilarious: a glorious debut' Ruth Hogan 'Strong and taut' Anne Griffin 'Fresh, thoughtful and original - a charming debut' Irish Times 'I really enjoyed this, Eleanor is a lovely writer' Sheila O'Flanagan Meet the Augustts: Ma and Da, Jenny and Jacob, and their no-nonsense Granny Mae-Anne. Complicated as only families can be, they are bound together by their love for one another, and for a piping hot bag of chips. When misfor…

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Forfattere Eleanor O'Reilly (forfatter), Aoife McMahon (oppleser)
Forlag Two Roads
Utgitt 20 februar 2019
Lengde 12:50
Sjangrer Skjønnlitteratur, Helse, sex og samliv, Romaner, Helse, livsstil og fritid
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781473672390
THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER 'Heart-breaking, heart-warming, and hilarious: a glorious debut' Ruth Hogan 'Strong and taut' Anne Griffin 'Fresh, thoughtful and original - a charming debut' Irish Times 'I really enjoyed this, Eleanor is a lovely writer' Sheila O'Flanagan Meet the Augustts: Ma and Da, Jenny and Jacob, and their no-nonsense Granny Mae-Anne. Complicated as only families can be, they are bound together by their love for one another, and for a piping hot bag of chips. When misfortune strikes and Granny moves in, they learn to understand each other anew through new stories and old memories. Sometimes, in a family as complicated as the Augustts, it's not always what is spoken that makes the most sense. M for Mammy is an uplifting story about the unique comfort of home, the language we can find when the words aren't there, and the power of a family to heal itself. 'A heartfelt debut about love, understanding and the complicated ties of family' Prima 'Lovely, sharp, compassionate, well-observed writing' Felicity Hayes-McCoy 'Channelling the warm heart and good cheer of Marian Keyes . . . very amusing' Irish Independent 'Exuberant. A brilliant, bubbly new voice' Irish Examiner 'A gloriously funny, bittersweet debut' Ireland of the Welcomes