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Mayflies: 'A stunning novel.' Graham Norton

by Andrew O'Hagan

Hardback (unsigned) £14.99
Published 3rd September 2020, 288 pages
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Winner of the Christopher Isherwood Prize *** ‘Mayflies is one of those novels to press into the hands of friends… I adored this book.’ Carol Ann Duffy *** ‘A beautiful ode to lost youth and male friendship written by one of our sharpest observers of modern masculinity.’ Douglas Stuart ‘A life-enhancing novel. It will stay with you and you will want to read it again.’ Alan Massie, Scotsman ‘A joyful, warm and heart-filling tribute to the million-petalled flower of male friendship.’ John Self, The Times A heartbreaking novel of an extraordinary lifelong friendship. Everyone has a Tully Dawson: the friend who defines your life. In the summer of 1986, in a small Scottish town, James and Tully ignite a brilliant friendship based on music, films and the rebel spirit. With school over and the locked world of their fathers before them, they rush towards the climax of their youth: a magical weekend in Manchester, the epicentre of everything that inspires them in working-class Britain. There, against the greatest soundtrack ever recorded, a vow is made: to go at life differently. Thirty years on, half a life away, the phone rings. Tully has news. Mayflies is a memorial to youth’s euphorias and to everyday tragedy. A tender goodbye to an old union, it discovers the joy and the costs of love.

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Mayflies: 'A stunning novel.' Graham Norton
by Andrew O'Hagan

ISBN
9780571273683

Publisher
Faber & Faber

Binding
Hardback

Publication date
Sept. 3, 2020

Dimensions
21.6cm x 13.5cm x 2.0cm

Page count
288 pages