“Nothing to be Done” is a warm yet heartbreaking story of a young man’s journey through adolescence and into adulthood. It brings to life an Ireland of the late sixties and a London of the seventies, filled with memorable characters and sometimes tragic, sometimes hilarious episodes.
Dermot O’Sullivan has written a compelling, powerful and moving memoir that will strike a chord with anyone who lived and worked in Ireland or Britain in those decades.
“Nothing to be Done” is a beautiful testament to the lives of the forgotten many.
“Nothing to be Done” can be bought locally at O’Mahony’s Bookshop.