Ireland is at war, communities torn apart by bitter hatred – and now a hard border. But brave young women stand up for hope.
The year is 1921. Ireland has been at war for two years. Communities are torn apart by bitter hatred - and now a hard border splits the island. In Belfast, Helen's Hope hostel is a progressive space where young women live and work together - a haven of tolerance and diversity in a fractured city. But some people hate Helen's Hope and its values.
Another pitch-perfect historical novel from the prize-winning author of Star by Star. 'Funny, moving and full of wisdom, Hope Against Hope shows Sheena Wilkinson is a writer at the top of her game.' - Jan Carson, author of The Fire Starters, winner of the EU Prize for Literature 2019.