Shortlisted for The Guardian Not The Book Prize 2017As covered by YOU Magazine, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, The Times, Metro, The Weekender, The Stylist, Irish Sun, Irish News, The Scotsman, Irish News, Books Ireland Magazine, BBC World Service, RTE Radio, BBC Radio Ulster, London Live, The Pool, Crime Writers Association, English PEN podcast. STYLIST magazine Top 10 debuts to look out for in 2017An astonishing and unique novel inspired by the author's own story'An important and moving book' Cathy Rentzenbrink'Complex and rewarding... an important book' Stylist`Dark Chapter is a must-read.
It's gripping, compelling and all the more authentic for inhabiting both voices so completely.
Stunning.' Erin Kelly`An authentic, courageous debut, told with unflinching honesty and exceptional insight.' A.D.
Garrett`A powerful story, compassionately told.' Ros Barber, winner of the Desmond Elliott Prize and The Author's Club First Novel Award`An accomplished debut, an honest and unsparing story.' Cath Staincliffe'I have never found myself rooting for a heroine with more urgency' Kate Rhodes'Deftly written, pacey and unflinching, I could not put it down.
Winnie Li is a rare talent with an explosive and timely story.
Do not miss it.' Marti Leimbach, best-selling author of Dying Young and Daniel Isn't TalkingHighly Commended for the CWA Debut DaggerVivian is a cosmopolitan Taiwanese-American tourist who often escapes her busy life in London through adventure and travel.
Johnny is a 15-year-old Irish teenager, living a neglected life on the margins of society. On a bright spring afternoon in West Belfast, their paths collide during a horrifying act of violence. In the aftermath, each is forced to confront the chain of events that led to the attack. Inspired by true events, this is a story of the dark chapters and chance encounters that can irrevocably determine the shape of our lives.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Legend Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 02/05/2017
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781785079047
- Paperback from £7.45