Anakana Schofield – Author of Martin John and Malarky

Vancouver Sun reviews Malarky

Two very positive reviews for Malarky on this raining good reviews Friday:

The first in tomorrow’s Vancouver Sun (complete with garages and mad Dr Who woman-in-pipe pictures)

Malarky does a great job revealing emotional distress in straightforward (and graphic) language while using shifting time frames and narrators to develop the enormous complexity of grief, memory and mental collapse.  The novel is a challenging read, but for all the right reasons.

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VANCOUVER, BC: APRIL 27, 2012 - - Anakana Schofield, author of a novel called Malarky in Vancouver on Thursday, April 27, 2012.      (Les Bazso,PostMedia)      (see Tracy Sherlock  story)

2 Responses to “Vancouver Sun reviews Malarky”

  • dellyd says:

    You’re looking fecking fab. You can’t beat Penney’s best!!Kate M..eat your heart out.

    Delighted to see all the great reviews ..

    Grá mór.


  • mrsokana says:

    Edel I am mortified to have nothing sent to that child. And the blue gloves that landed here! Go raibh mile agus poganna go N agus tu fein. xx


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