Watermark tells the story of Veronica a young woman living on the edge of desire and reason in an unnamed Irish city. As with his three earlier books, Sean O'Reilly proves himself here to be a genuine prose stylist, possessed of a uniquely dark and powerful vision of our contemporary culture.
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A virtuosic performance combining formal experimentation with brave and beautiful storytelling,Watermark seals O'Reilly's reputation as one of Europe's most exciting young writers.
About The Author:
Sean O'Reilly was born in Derry in 1969 and is the author of the short story collection, Curfew and Other Stories (2000), and the novels, Love and Sleep (2002) and The Swing of Things(2004).