Review of The Good Son

Review of The Good by Gregory Hayman on his blog

I saw this on Facebook and had to share it.

“The book is well crafted with a poetic (in all senses of the word) that infuses every line.”

And the mind-blowing…

“…there is in McVeigh the possibility of becoming the new Edmund White, but a White for the twenty-first century and McVeigh’s sense of restraint in his writing together with a refusal to sentimentalise casts him as a potential literary force to be reckoned with.”

Click here to read the full review.


Currently shortlisted for The Polari Prize
Chosen as
Brighton’s City Reads 2016
Shortlisted: The Guardian’s
‘Not The Booker’ Prize
The Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award
Finalist for The People’s Book Prize
ELLE Magazine
Best Books of 2015