- 06 Nov 19
"A work of brilliance"
Dealing with everything from her childhood upbringing in Dundalk, to the devastation at the passing of her father, to her travails in the music industry with her siblings, Andrea Corr's memoir is an oddly lyrical, sometimes stream-of-consciousness, work of brilliance. Written as a series of poetic confessionals, Corr's writing brings religion, mortality and family to the fore.
She also weaves in poetry (her father's as well as her own), and shares archive photographs from her family's history. Sweet, sad, but ultimately inspiring, Andrea's story isn't just one that diehard fans of The Corrs will enjoy. It'll ring true to anyone who has ever dealt with the complexities of familial loss.