Reviews and reactions, for readers and listeners
'Speaking out makes me feel terrified but I know now I wasn’t alone.'
READ: The Irish Times
'Dazzling ... ablaze with veracity'
LISTEN: Start the Week
With Andrew Marr, Robert Le Page, Andrew O'Hagan and Rebecca Stott
Barbara Ellen: '... this isn't even close to being the most disturbing passage in the memoir - with Doyle challenging the reader to stick with her tense, candid, sage testimony to the last unsettling, rewarding word.
READ: Evening Standard
Daisy Dunn: 'Sentimentality and sensational over-indulgence' are on her list of what makes a bad memoir. She is guilty of neither.'
LISTEN: Cambridge 105
Interview with Leigh Chambers on Bookmark
Interview with Liz Kelly and Jane Menczer, author of An Unlikely Agent for Radio Cambridge 105
LISTEN: Radio Gorgeous
The irreverent Radio Gorgeous. Brilliant Donna Freed and I talking about the shit shame and a big Megillah.
READ: Book Riot
'With self-deprecating humour and fierce candour Doyle relates how lies impacted ...'
LISTEN: Monocle Art Review
June's best books with Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of The Last Act of Love, Sarah Shaffi of The Bookseller, and Matt Alagiah
READ: The TLS
Imogen Russell Williams on Tricks of Recorded Memory.