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    Absorbing story

    Hannah Kent has not let her readers down with her second novel. The story s richly evocative of the time snd place of which she writes. Her characters are sensitively portrayed. The story has a mesage for today if the reader is prepared to pause ad think.
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    Another great read

    Interesting portrayal of Irish folk lore and old customs. Thoroughly enjoyed this offering from Hannah Kent and equally as captivating as her first book
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    The Spirit Word of the simple Irish Folks

    A riveting read. What a great insight into the superstitions and folklore of the Irish rural people in the early 19th century! The simple and honest belief in folk medicine to bring on a cure but ends in tragedy, in this case, a blessing in disguise? To the learned, it is murder.
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    The Good People

    Hannah Kent has such a way of bringing a vivid image to her story. Brilliant depiction of life in the Irish countryside. A great read.
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    The Little people

    Another well researched and written novel by Hannah Kent. I soaked up the atmosphere in the West of Ireland as I read the story of village life and fairies and imagined how it must have been in the early nineteenth century. Enjoyed it immensely.
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