The Art of Falling: McLaughlin scrapes away a veneer of perfect lives in an entertaining debut

Danielle McLaughlin’s debut novel is an artfully written story about seemingly fabulous lives concealing dangerous undercurrents in a well-off Cork family

13th January, 2021
The Art of Falling: McLaughlin scrapes away a veneer of perfect lives in an entertaining debut
Danielle McLaughlin’s debut novel is an affecting meditation on love, art and truth. Picture: Claire O’Rorke

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The Art of Falling

By Danielle McLaughlin

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