The sequel to the prize-winning, bestselling novel Brooklyn.A novel of enormous wit and profound emotional resonance from one of the world’s finest writers.In Colm TÃ³ibÃn’s masterful new novel, we are reunited with Eilis Lacey, the heroine of Brooklyn, twenty years on, in the 1970s, living with her husband, Tony Fiorello, and her children in a house in Long Island, rather too close to her Fiorello in-laws. A shocking piece of news propels Eilis back to Ireland, to a world she thought she had long left behind and to ways of living, and loving, she thought she had lost.PRAISE FOR BROOKLYN’With this elating and humane novel, Colm TÃ³ibÃn has produced a masterwork’ – The Sunday Times’The most compelling and moving portrait of a young woman I have read in a long time’ – ZoÃ« Heller, The Guardian, Books of the Year’A work of such skill, understatement and sly jewelled merriment could haunt your life’ – Ali Smith, TLS, Books of the Year’Suffused with humane depth, funny, affecting, deftly plotted . . . a novel of magnificent accomplishment’ – Peter Kemp, The Sunday Times, Novel of the Year.