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An intimate and revelatory memoir from the iconic, acclaimed singer-songwriter

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Sinead O'Connor is an Irish singer-songwriter and recording artist. She rose to international fame in 1990 with her arrangement of Prince's Nothing Compares 2 U, and her critically-acclaimed albums have won or been nominated for five Grammys. She lives in Wicklow.


Inspiring, liberating, hilarious and fascinating * Irish Times *
So good, you'll want to read it twice * Sunday Independent *
Beautifully observed . . . lyrical, funny and anguished * Guardian *
It is a soul-bearing, brutally honest account of an extraordinary life * BBC Online *
Fantastic . . . the way it's written is f**kin' beautiful . . . go out and get it -- Blindboy Boatclub
Her voice on the page is as fearless, riveting and unforgettable as her voice in song. The cadence alone is hypnotic, her story essential. Rememberings is a must-read -- Michael Stipe
Devastating, wise, hilarious and original -- Roisin Ingle
A terrific book . . . absolutely brilliant -- Brendan O'Connor
O'Connor gets you onside so completely with her direct narrative, you feel you could be in the same room as her * Sunday Times *
Rememberings offers O'Connor's very personal version of events, a tale of maternal and institutional abuse that might be a misery memoir, if it weren't related with such eccentric charm and cheery fortitude * Daily Telegraph *
From wild youth to troubled adulthood, this memoir is a blast of chaos * Times *
Utterly brilliant -- Paul Howard
Astonishing. Staggering -- Rob Delaney
Superb . . . fantastic * Irish Daily Star *
Beautifully written * VIP *
Honest and illuminating * Irish Independent *
Rememberings is an electrifying reminder of the importance of [O'Connor's] voice * Business Post *
O'Connor brings everything to this memoir * Financial Times *
Incendiary * i *
Astonishingly good, wise and hilarious -- Louise Nealon
Candid, open-hearted . . . a lot of self-deprecation, a lot of laughs, and a measure of honesty that would put most of us to shame * Anglo-Celt *

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