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SHORTLISTED FOR THE AN POST IRISH BOOK AWARD

What would you do if you lost someone the world never knew was yours?

For three years, Ana has been consumed by an affair with Connor, a client at her law firm. Their love has been consigned to hotel rooms and dark corners of pubs, their relationship kept hidden from the world. So the morning that Ana's company receives a call to say that Connor is dead, her secret grief has nowhere to go. Desperate for an outlet, Ana seeks out the shadowy figure who has always stood just beyond her reach - Connor's wife Rebecca.

'Utterly gripping' RODDY DOYLE
'A triumph - crackling with psychological and sexual ambiguity' JULIE MYERSON, OBSERVER
'This book is just sublime. I loved every page' CAITRIONA BALFE
'Unmissable ... Incredible' STYLIST
'Amazing ... I read it in one sitting, completely swept up in Ana's fragmented narrative' EMMA HEALEY
'Dark, riveting, powerful' ELIZABETH DAY

Review

Amazing ... I absolutely love the form, which breathes new life into a familiar story making it both more elegant and more brutal. I read it in one sitting, completely swept up in Ana's fragmented narrative -- EMMA HEALEY

Excellent ... An eviscerating account of modern marriage ― INDEPENDENT.CO.UK

Sex, work and motherhood all come under the microscope in this vivid portrait of the agony of being "the other woman" ― DAILY MAIL

This lyrical account of an adulterous affair and its brutal aftermath is all the more effective and affecting for the spare, sparse style and I expect it to win as many awards as Sarah Crossan's YA fiction has done

― RED

I absolutely gobbled it up: dark, riveting, powerful ... Delivers on a whole new level -- ELIZABETH DAY

A stunner ― Good Housekeeping

Raw, emotional and wistful ― Woman & Home

I read this stunning book standing up in two hours. An eviscerating take on marriage and adultery

-- ERIN KELLY

A beautifully crafted sucker punch of a read. Sarah Crossan has always had an exquisite way with words and in this she uses poetic prose to craft an honest and oftentimes gritty exploration of two intertwined marriages, slowly unravelling. Painfully believable, passionate and occasionally heartbreaking, Here is the Beehive provides further proof that Sarah Crossan is an infinitely gifted writer. We're lucky to have her

-- JAN CARSON

A searing portrait of addictive love and grief and the devastation human beings can wreak on each other ... It is an addictive read, painful, unsettling, full of uncomfortable truths, yet the work itself resounds with its own unique bleak beauty -- LISA HARDING

Devastatingly honest, heartbreaking and tender ... This is the most extraordinary novel I have read in years in form, ambition and scope - an incredible achievement and an instant classic. I will read it again and again -- JANE CASEY

Here is the Beehive is an unflinching take on the destructive power of obsessive love. It is also a highly original study of the grief that dare not speak its name - the grief of the other woman -- CHRISTINE DWYER HICKEY

I couldn't put it down. I just loved it. The prose is clean yet rich, her dialogue ear-perfect -- LOUISE KENNEDY

How does she get so much emotion into so few words? Sarah Crossan is a miracle worker ... Utterly meaningful, original and accomplished -- SINEAD CROWLEY

PRAISE FOR SARAH CROSSAN: 'One of our most original writers. Sarah has almost created an entirely new form of writing in her novels that is hers and hers alone -- JOHN BOYNE

Compelling and beautifully wrought ― SUNDAY TIMES

The princess of pacing . Crossan always finds humour and humanity in the darkness; it's impossible not to read it in a single gulp

― THE TIMES

Truly remarkable ― IRISH TIMES

There are familiar flavours and notes and moments of powerful sweetness, but she complicates them with such power and subtlety, in a way that doesn't alienate the reader. The tang of fire is in there, always, leaving a unique aftertaste. You wouldn't mistake it for any other writer, and you won't soon forget it

-- DEIRDRE SULLIVAN

Utterly sublime -- CECELIA AHERN

Book Description

What happens when you lose something the world never knew was yours? A shattering and compulsive novel about transgression and desire, secrecy and loss

About the Author

Sarah Crossan has lived in Dublin, London and New York, and now lives in Hertfordshire. She graduated with a degree in philosophy and literature before training as an English and drama teacher at Cambridge University. Since completing a masters in creative writing, she has been working to promote creative writing in schools.The Weight of Water and Apple and Rain were both shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. In 2016, Sarah won the CILIP Carnegie Medal as well as the YA Book Prize, the CBI Book of the Year award and the CLiPPA Poetry Award for her novel, One.
http://www.sarahcrossan.com/
@SarahCrossan

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Here is the Beehive: Shortlisted for Popular Fiction Book of the Year in the AN Post Irish Book Awards

Here is the Beehive: Shortlisted for Popular Fiction Book of the Year in the AN Post Irish Book Awards

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  • ISBN: 9781526619525
  • Author: Sarah Crossan
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Pages: 288
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

SHORTLISTED FOR THE AN POST IRISH BOOK AWARD

What would you do if you lost someone the world never knew was yours?

For three years, Ana has been consumed by an affair with Connor, a client at her law firm. Their love has been consigned to hotel rooms and dark corners of pubs, their relationship kept hidden from the world. So the morning that Ana's company receives a call to say that Connor is dead, her secret grief has nowhere to go. Desperate for an outlet, Ana seeks out the shadowy figure who has always stood just beyond her reach - Connor's wife Rebecca.

'Utterly gripping' RODDY DOYLE
'A triumph - crackling with psychological and sexual ambiguity' JULIE MYERSON, OBSERVER
'This book is just sublime. I loved every page' CAITRIONA BALFE
'Unmissable ... Incredible' STYLIST
'Amazing ... I read it in one sitting, completely swept up in Ana's fragmented narrative' EMMA HEALEY
'Dark, riveting, powerful' ELIZABETH DAY

Review

Amazing ... I absolutely love the form, which breathes new life into a familiar story making it both more elegant and more brutal. I read it in one sitting, completely swept up in Ana's fragmented narrative -- EMMA HEALEY

Excellent ... An eviscerating account of modern marriage ― INDEPENDENT.CO.UK

Sex, work and motherhood all come under the microscope in this vivid portrait of the agony of being "the other woman" ― DAILY MAIL

This lyrical account of an adulterous affair and its brutal aftermath is all the more effective and affecting for the spare, sparse style and I expect it to win as many awards as Sarah Crossan's YA fiction has done

― RED

I absolutely gobbled it up: dark, riveting, powerful ... Delivers on a whole new level -- ELIZABETH DAY

A stunner ― Good Housekeeping

Raw, emotional and wistful ― Woman & Home

I read this stunning book standing up in two hours. An eviscerating take on marriage and adultery

-- ERIN KELLY

A beautifully crafted sucker punch of a read. Sarah Crossan has always had an exquisite way with words and in this she uses poetic prose to craft an honest and oftentimes gritty exploration of two intertwined marriages, slowly unravelling. Painfully believable, passionate and occasionally heartbreaking, Here is the Beehive provides further proof that Sarah Crossan is an infinitely gifted writer. We're lucky to have her

-- JAN CARSON

A searing portrait of addictive love and grief and the devastation human beings can wreak on each other ... It is an addictive read, painful, unsettling, full of uncomfortable truths, yet the work itself resounds with its own unique bleak beauty -- LISA HARDING

Devastatingly honest, heartbreaking and tender ... This is the most extraordinary novel I have read in years in form, ambition and scope - an incredible achievement and an instant classic. I will read it again and again -- JANE CASEY

Here is the Beehive is an unflinching take on the destructive power of obsessive love. It is also a highly original study of the grief that dare not speak its name - the grief of the other woman -- CHRISTINE DWYER HICKEY

I couldn't put it down. I just loved it. The prose is clean yet rich, her dialogue ear-perfect -- LOUISE KENNEDY

How does she get so much emotion into so few words? Sarah Crossan is a miracle worker ... Utterly meaningful, original and accomplished -- SINEAD CROWLEY

PRAISE FOR SARAH CROSSAN: 'One of our most original writers. Sarah has almost created an entirely new form of writing in her novels that is hers and hers alone -- JOHN BOYNE

Compelling and beautifully wrought ― SUNDAY TIMES

The princess of pacing . Crossan always finds humour and humanity in the darkness; it's impossible not to read it in a single gulp

― THE TIMES

Truly remarkable ― IRISH TIMES

There are familiar flavours and notes and moments of powerful sweetness, but she complicates them with such power and subtlety, in a way that doesn't alienate the reader. The tang of fire is in there, always, leaving a unique aftertaste. You wouldn't mistake it for any other writer, and you won't soon forget it

-- DEIRDRE SULLIVAN

Utterly sublime -- CECELIA AHERN

Book Description

What happens when you lose something the world never knew was yours? A shattering and compulsive novel about transgression and desire, secrecy and loss

About the Author

Sarah Crossan has lived in Dublin, London and New York, and now lives in Hertfordshire. She graduated with a degree in philosophy and literature before training as an English and drama teacher at Cambridge University. Since completing a masters in creative writing, she has been working to promote creative writing in schools.The Weight of Water and Apple and Rain were both shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. In 2016, Sarah won the CILIP Carnegie Medal as well as the YA Book Prize, the CBI Book of the Year award and the CLiPPA Poetry Award for her novel, One.
http://www.sarahcrossan.com/
@SarahCrossan

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