Threshold: Rob Doyle presents new possibilities to receptive readers

Novel about someone who moves from a bored existence to an enlightened one is impressive and daring

12th January, 2020
Threshold: Rob Doyle presents new possibilities to receptive readers
Author Rob Doyle. Picture: Fergal Phillips.



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