M e m o i r i s t
Hopscotch explores life in 1960’s Ireland through the eyes of Billy, the youngest child of two artists, whose lives are pitched against a straightened society. It is a meditation on innocence, love and memory itself.
Destined to become a classic of the form. Donal Ryan
The most moving memoir I have read since Nuala O’Faolainn’s Are You Somebody. A mesmeric, evocative, tour de force. Joe Duffy
Hopscotch is the most memorable account of a childhood that I have ever read. Books Ireland
Her memoir, Hopscotch was short listed for book of the year.
Shortlisted, Newcomer of the Year, 2016, for Hopscotch: Bord Gáis Irish Book Awards.