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What a two-day blast of a read that was.
Although, coming off the back of the 209,000 word Midnight’s Children, almost anything would be.
I specifically chose Roddy Doyle as my next book, to counteract the weight of Rushdie, and avoid the risk of me ditching this whole project. 182 more words
I’ve written about Roddy Doyle on this blog before, and I’ve written lots about Irish literature in general. In the past I’ve said—though possibly not in writing but only to people I was boring with my opinions in person—that Irish fiction, even the popular, not especially difficult or interesting stuff, tends to be better than its American counterpart. 1,300 more words