Couldn't disagree more with last two readers. How does anyone write about that well roasted chestnut betrayal and get away with it? Enright does. Not only does she relate Gina's rush into betrayal with recognizably detailed self-absorption, she casts Ireland's recent economic bubble in considered relief as well. Three chapters in and I hated her for her canny insights and throw away brilliance.

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