Delighted with the reviews so far for Big Girl, Small Town!
Northern Ireland is currently producing more exceptional writers per square inch than possibly anywhere else . . . Michelle Gallen will most certainly earn her place in the honours list. Big Girl, Small Town is even funnier than Derry Girls, while being just as fraught as Anna Burns’s Booker Prize winnerSunday Independent
What a voice: I felt as though I knew Majella intimately by the end . . . Big Girl, Small Town is a darkly hilarious novel about small-town life, which manages to be wildly entertaining despite being mostly set in a chip shop – a fine place in which to loiter with such a filthy, funny, clever companionGuardian
A winning evocation of a small Irish community whose people burst from its pages. Engaging and satisfyingDaily Mail
Captivating . . . a confident debut with a very memorable protagonist in MajellaIrish Times
Darkly funnyMail on Sunday