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  • Tara Road

    An enjoyable story about love and family. This is an easy read with enough happening to keep the reader interested, with an interesting cast of characters .

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  • Could have had a much better start and ending.

    I thought this book was slow to get going but however when I got into it it kept me turning the pages I didn't want to put it down. Was dispointed with the ending because you dont know what happened to the characters it left in the air not knowing if they sold tara rd or got back togather. Seemed to be cut short but however it was a good read.

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  • A great escape

    Especially after the last one!

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  • Bursting with Warmth & Humour!

    I have read this book many times before, but it’s such a long time since I opened it last it was almost like reading it for the first time. Ria and Marilyn have never met, but circumstances lead them both to needing to be on the opposite sides of the Atlantic at the same time. Luckily the connection is made between them and Ria flies off to a modern open-plan apartment in New England while Marilyn heads to a beautiful old home in Tara Road, Dublin. These women are very different creatures – will this be a summer which brings them what they seek? There is no one else who writes like Maeve Binchy and I had forgotten that! She understands and writes about human nature better than anyone else I’ve ever come across and I wallowed in Tara Road. This isn’t so much a novel about two women but more a story about people in two very different neighbourhoods and it is bursting with warmth and humour. I can’t begin to explain why I loved this so much, but I did and it is, once again, easily worth ten stars, but I can only give it five – please know that they are all sparkling brighter than any others!

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  • Tara road

    Avvincente. Adoro il lieto fine. Non banale. Personaggi ben definiti.

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