{ Lockdown Reading: Part 2

There was not much in the means of relaxation reading in my prior blog article, but there’s in this one at the shape of Leonard and Hungry Paul from Ronan Hession that has turned into a word-of-mouth success as it was released by the tiny independent media Bluemoose Books past year. It’s a book which instills simple genre categorisation and tells the story of two silent buddies in their thirties that reside apparently unremarkable lives driven by familiar regular. Leonard is a ghostwriter with a growing bond with his colleague Shelley while Hungry Paul (his nickname isn’t clarified ) resides with his retired parents that are occupied with preparations for the marriage of his sister Grace who’s disappointed by Hungry Paul’s lack of vision in existence.

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