This new novel from Brian Keogh tells a “story of the fantastic intertwined in the banal, the dead intertwined in the living”.
Author Archives: Shrinidhi Kalwad
Shrinidhi Kalwad lives in Dublin and loves to read when he's not staring at screens. Passionate about the written word, he has written book reviews and short stories that have been published in Telegram, an Indian literary magazine. You're likely to find him walking along the Grand Canal on sunny evenings. You can find more of his work at talesandheads.wordpress.com.
In Deansgrange Cemetery, a Historian Excavates the Stories of Irishmen Who Served the Raj
Shabnam Vasisht has sought out and researched the graves and stories of Irishmen buried in a corner of Dublin, who served in the British Army and administration while it governed India.
Gun Island, Reviewed
This novel is “a worthy and much-needed effort that cements Amitav Ghosh’s position as a master of the genre of climate-change fiction”, writes our reviewer.
Suzy Suzy, Reviewed
This novel is “an inventive and wickedly funny take on surviving the teenage years”. “It is a hard-hitting read … well worth your time”, writes our reviewer.
Love Notes from a German Building Site, Reviewed
This novel about an Irishman living in Berlin is “inventive and explorative”, writes our reviewer. “At its heart, the story deals with immigration and alienation.”
The Failing Heart, Reviewed
“This book is for those fascinated by the macabre, the grotesque or the noir, sprinkled with dark humour,” writes our reviewer.
Aoibheann McCann’s novel is “sensitive and melancholic”, “a poetic tale of a life that is anything but”, writes our reviewer.