A memoir of the author’s life growing up in Waterford Ireland and his lively, witty grandmother Cissie.
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Written as an Irish gay coming-of-age story, this is the story of a city and a self-proclaimed Nancy boy, who emerges into a meaningful and happy existence.
But the most important character throughout is the entertaining, fashion-conscious, poker-playing Cissie, his lively and witty little grandmother who taught him by example how to survive and prosper, how to live with style and verve.
|Publisher||The Collins Press|
|Publication date||31 Aug 2009|