Tatty by Christine Dwyer Hickey

About the book

Tragic, funny and utterly unsentimental, Christine Dwyer Hickey’s “Tatty” is a devastating, affecting journey into the mind of a child. With the brutal clarity and touching honesty of a child, “Tatty” tells the story of her alcoholic family. The result is a stunning portrait of a disintegrating family and the child lost within it.

Reviewed by  Goodworth Clatford WI Reading Group:

Sad, moody, believable, depressing. Would have liked to know more about the author – background? autobiography? Easy to read

Star rating: ***

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