About this book
An early novel from Andrew Greig, formerly published by Canongate, which was shortlisted for both the Macvities Prize and the Boardman-Tasker Award. "A movingly written, pain-drenched but ultimately affirming love story" "The List".
At the centre of the novel is the crumbling seastack of the Old Man of Hoy and the consuming relationship between a young artist, Kim, coldly passionate, talented, secretive, and Jimmy, a North Sea roughneck, engineer and climber. It deals with the possibility of friendship between men and women.
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