Read ‘Crash!’ Julian Gough’s new novel

Julian Gough

Read Julian Gough’s splendid new novel ‘Crash! How I lost a Hundred Billion and Found True Love’ if you

  • live in Ireland / Europe / rest of the world
  • would like to be introduced to a hen called ‘Enda’
  • are tired of listening to ‘newspeak’
  • know that economics is not that complicated
  • have walked in Ballyhea
  • want a novel to reduce you first to laughter then tears
  • have a ghost estate in your Irish town / village
  • are on an ever-lengthening waiting list for a health procedure anywhere
  • your adult children are in Canada / Australia / New Zealand / Hoboken
  • appreciate darned good writing
  • ditto masterful satire
  • can afford to spend less than €2 on same
  • know that the truth is to be found in fiction

Click on the link above, download the book then go on to spread the word. (Julian Gough is also responsible for ‘The Great Hargeisa Goat Bubble’)

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