The triumphant conclusion to the trilogy that began with A Star Called Henry Roddy Doyle's irrepressible Irish rebel Henry Smart is back-and he is not mellowing with age. Saved from death in California's Monument Valley by none other than Henry Fonda, he ends up in Hollywood... read more
“There was no blame. My daughter had kissed my forehead. I'd invented a place where that could happen. Ford had invented a place where the Irish could be at rest. Where fists didn't hurt, where drink did no damage, where there was no real pain to hide. A monstrous fuckin' lie, but a nice one.”Henry
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