Trinners for sinners as Hourican debut delivers insight
The Privileged; By Emily Hourican
Amanda O’Hagen stands out from the rest of the teenagers at her south Dublin private school “like a fully fledged movie star”. Stella and Laura unexpectedly become her friends after staging an intervention at the local rugby club, where Amanda – comatose from a cocktail of drink and drugs – is being mauled by a pair of besotted boys.
It is an incident that sets the template for their relationship with...
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