When Kerri and her partner M moved to a small, remote railway cottage in the heart of Ireland they were looking for a home, somewhere to stay put. What followed was a year unlike any other. ‘Cacophony of Bone’ maps the circle of that year – a journey from one place to another, field notes of a life – from one winter to the next. It is a telling of a changed life, in a changed world – and it is about all that does not change. All that which simply keeps on – living and breathing, nesting and dying – in spite of it all. This is an ode to a year, a place, and a love, that changed a life.
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Author Dochartaigh, Ke ní Published by Canongate ISBN 9781838856304 EAN 9781838856304 Bic Code Cover Paperback