In this book, journalist Caelainn Hogan “sheds light on the darkest corners of our recent history in Ireland, but also holds up a mirror to today”, our reviewer writes.
“It didn’t take long, no more than a week, before I stopped paying attention to what I ate,” writes Christine O’Donnell.
“What’s often overlooked in the broad sweep of articles and statistics about homelessness is that homelessness itself is a trauma,” writes Christine O’Donnell.
The portrayal of psychosis in “Tribes” was sensitive, contextualised and humane. Unfortunately, this is generally not the case.
“I naively believed my support system would carry me through any fallouts and it would never come to that,” writes Christine O’Donnell.