In the tradition of Ian McEwan, an unsettling tale of emotional damage and revenge in a brash and brutal new Ireland.All her life Alice has had to fight to survive. As a child she was sexually abused by the family priest; later she struggled to cope with the death of her sister. But when she marries the wealthy and dangerous Paddy Lynch, she discovers the darkness of his own emotional pain.
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An adept psychological drama told with poetic precision, Irish writer Wall's debut is an incisive portrait of sadism and an exploration of how childhood sexual abuse reverberates and mutates throughout the life of one woman, Alice Lynch.| Read Full Review of Alice Falling: A Novel