'M for Magnificent! Heart-breaking, heart-warming, and hilarious . . . a glorious debut' Ruth Hogan, bestselling author of The Keeper of Lost Things
'Lovely, sharp, compassionate, well-observed writing' Felicity Hayes-McCoy, author of The Library at the Edge of the World 'Channelling the warm heart and good cheer of Marian Keyes . . . very amusing' Irish Independent 'Rambunctious' Irish Times 'A cracking good read' The Book Scoop Meet the Augustts: a loving, Irish family who, like all families, are a bit complicated.
They are bound together by their love for each other, but each expresses themselves in a very different way. When misfortune strikes the family, they must learn to understand each other anew. Sometimes, in a family as complicated as the Augustts, it's not always what is spoken that makes the most sense. Everything is shaken up when Granny Mae-Anne moves in and takes charge.
A force of nature, full of stern words and no-nonsense common sense, it is she who must try and hold the family together. M for Mammy is an uplifting story about the unique comfort of home, the language we can find when the words aren't there, and the power of a family to heal itself.