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Flight

Set in Ireland in 2004 as a referendum on citizenship approaches, Flight is a magically observed story of family and belonging, following the gestation of a friendship during a year of crisis. Flight is among a new breed of Irish novel – one that recognises the global nature of Irish experience in the aftermath of the failed Celtic Tiger.

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