Saturday December 14, 2019

Book review: So Lucky by Dawn O’Porter

O’Porter tackles taboos with a cheekily scandalous story

17th November, 2019
Dawn O’Porter: making a daring gesture with her latest novel

FICTION: So Lucky, By Dawn O’Porter, Harper Collins, €16.45

There’s a scene about a third of the way through So Lucky, Dawn O’Porter’s new novel, in which one of its protagonists, Beth, encounters a couple having sex in a park. Beth is captivated but conflicted: “I can’t take my eyes off them. I should keep walking, but for some reason I can’t move.”...

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