This book is quite extraordinary and well worth reading. It is a great example of storytelling in the tradition of the Irish Seanachoi.
Mike paints a picture of Dublin in the rare old times, describing his experience of growing up in Drimnagh and his memories of joining Guinness (Dublin) in 1952 at the age of 14 and his eventful career within Ireland’s greatest company.
His involvement in award winning film making and photographing the River Shannon is absorbing.
Angela’s encounter with Chronic Pain over twenty years is a truly heroic story of where suffering, endurance and love shine through.
His career in Industrial Relations reflects his outsider credentials as he tells a great story of IR during that period.
I have no hesitation in recommending this book.
Dr Eddie Molly. Consultant and commentator on TV & Radio.