On his way back up from the yard Bird had seen something white and round - a girl who had curled herself into a ball. Lifting her was like retrieving a ball of newspaper from out of the grass or an empty crisp bag that someone had flung over the ditch. She seemed to lack the bones and meat and muscle of real people. She felt as if she was filled with feathers. On the day Midge Connors comes hurtling into Bird Keegan's life, she flings open his small, quiet world. He and his two sisters, Olive and Margaret, have lived in the ...

This Family of Things 2017, Doubleday Ireland, Dublin

ISBN-13: 9781781620045

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