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Soho, 4 a.m. Paperback – 4 Jul 2013
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'An intriguing read in which the four central characters find their unique vulnerabilities exposed over the course of a single, dramatic night ... Thought-provoking and intelligent, Nuala Casey's debut is one to savour' Elizabeth Haynes. (Elizabeth Haynes)
About the Author
Nuala Casey graduated from Durham University in 2001 and moved to London to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter. However, her experiences living in Soho where she chronicled the comings and goings of the people around her, took her life in a different direction. She went on to work as a copywriter and was awarded an MA in Creative Writing. Soho and the urban landscape of London continue to provide inspiration for her writing. Soho, 4am is Nuala's first novel.
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It took my 3-4 chapters to get into and to build up my relationship with the characters but once i reached that point. I was gripped!
There were a few points in the story i wanted to shake the characters, some characters i liked more than others and some i changed my opinion of. One of the characters i was really rooting for and her ending in the story made me cry. There was a part of the story where i felt uncomfortable - not with what the plot was but what could happen to the character involved.
It was lovely to have the story focussed in one area and on a date we are all familiar with.
I really loved this book and will be looking out for more Nuala Casey in the future. I now feel i need a few days to "come to terms with" the book - i love a good book hangover!
Decided to give it another go. My main objection originally was the characters. Self-serving, spineless wastes of space all of them, but, while I could never empathise with any of them, I could at least have some sympathy with their various plights. There's no plot to speak of; we are just asked to spend 24 hours in the company of this hapless lot and I did become quite interested in their misadventures. Nuala is a persuasive and very articulate writer who builds her characters effectively. She also possesses a poetic power of description. I would like her to apply these talents to more interesting events and more likeable characters.