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    I am a long time fan and reader of Jan Karon's books so was expecting to enjoy this read. Father Tim's life is really based on his life in Mitford with all it's interesting characters so I was disappointed that a larger portion of the book did not reflect these aging, growing characters with the trip to Ireland as an adventure. Father Tim spoke many times of his close relationship to his cousin and his wife Katherine but this long planned family trip saw them sent off on their own and not a part f this story. The most disappointing part of this writing was the dependence on the journal found at the Inn. It distracted from the characters and was tedious to continue to read through. Sometimes I didn't realise that I was back to Father Tim or Cynthia until part through the paragraph. There is so much richness to explore with Father Tim's new brother, Dooley and his extended family and the Mitford residents. I particularly enjoyed Father Tim's year on the Island, Whitecap and would have enjoyed continuing with these rich, small town characters in further stories.

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