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OK, Let’s Do Your Stupid Idea: Laughing at life’s cruelties in an impressive collection of essays

Covering a range of subjects from his budding musical career to a devastating encounter with depression, Patrick Freyne delves into the events that have shaped his life

13th September, 2020
Patrick Freyne veers from laughter to pathos and back again in his impressive collection of essays. Picture: Chris Maddaloni


OK, Let’s Do Your Stupid Idea

By Patrick Freyne

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