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The Girls of Ennismore: A heart-rending Irish saga Paperback – 6 Apr 2017
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An evocative, heartfelt story of how the bond of female friendship can survive and thrive through adversity. -- KATE KERRIGAN, New York Times bestselling author Richin authentic historical and Irish detail, The Girls of Ennismore is a compelling story of love, duty, and reinvention, highlighting the vast rewards - or grave consequences - of following one's heart. Fans of Downton Abbey will devour this sweeping tale. -- Kristina McMorris, New York Times bestselling author of The Edge of Lost A definite 'must read' for all of us who love sagas -- BookBag An engaging narrative of class differences, sibling entanglements... finding home, finding love, all set against the turbulent 1916 Easter Uprising in Ireland... A complex and enjoyable read. -- Susan Vreeland A captivating portrayal of life in Ireland - above and below stairs - during the years leading up to the Great War and the Irish rebellion. Engaging, atmospheric and packed with rich historical detail, I thoroughly enjoyed The Girls of Ennismore. -- Hazel Gaynor Patricia Falvey tells the story of some of Ireland's most turbulent year through the lives of two very different women, who are intimately connected. Exciting and moving. -- Mary Pat Kelly Patricia Falvey's lovely and deeply romantic novel is more than a finely detailed and well researched chronicle of the tumultuous and sweeping social changes in Ireland at the turn of the last century. It is a richly imagined story of two friends - one woman born to wealth and privilege, the other born in poverty and facing a life of servitude - whose abiding friendship proves stronger than blood ties, an unforgiving class system, and even the ravages of war. -- Kathleen Kent, author of The Heretic's Daughter
An evocative, sweeping historical saga about two girls united in friendship, separated by class - set in Ireland against the turbulent backdrop of the 1916 Easter Rising.See all Product description
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