By Eoin McNamee
'An remarkable e-book, illuminating not just the political map of Belfast but in addition the darkish ring-roads of collective reminiscence and the key blueprints inside of our heads.' day-by-day Telegraph
Victor Kelly is the resurrection guy, a violent and ruthless Protestant killer roaming the streets of Belfast within the Nineteen Seventies. during this, his significant and surprising debut novel, Eoin McNamee introduced his arrival as one of many prime chroniclers of Ireland's fractured past.
'Achingly beautiful prose as focused as poetry, as unfailing an ear for the cadences and quirks of Belfast discussion as Roddy Doyle has for Dublin and a fatalistic feel of suspense.' Sunday Times
'McNamee's stunningly dreamlike prose evokes photographs of marvellous precision and depth . . . An awesomely outstanding debut.' Time Out
'Impressively convinced . . . as lean and grimly useful a publication because the demon-driven terrorist it units out to explore.' Jonathan Coe
'One of the main remarkable items of Irish fiction to return alongside in years.' Irish occasions