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  • The flaws in Ireland

    Warm, rich, tragic and funny. A book for all those fans of Ireland and the Irish to help them understand the contradictions of the country.

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  • His Best yet

    I am a terrible slow reader but it was to my advantage reading this one as I got to savour every word. It has to be John Boynes best yet, unputdownable

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  • Super

    Loved it, read it from the library and bought it afterwards

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  • Slow burner

    It took me a while to get into this book, I almost gave up a few times in the first hundred pages but I'm glad I,m glad I stuck with it for it became a beautifully emotional read and a thoroughly enjoyable one too.

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  • Some familiar some not so

    This was a compelling book from start to finish. Each section was of its time and place but the 1980's onwards echoed elements of lives of some of my friends (though not in The Netherlands, Ireland or the US). The characters were all interesting even those whose values were difficult to sympathise with as the disconnect they had with those around them was easy to understand.

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