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    Dystopian romance

    Although the story contains many inconsistencies and is in need of a good editing (its cupboard not cubbard for heaven's sake!) it's still an exciting adventure and a gripping read. Definitely a post apocalyptic world US style. I find it hard to believe that sugar, whisky and guns would be important survival supplies to a subsistence community but who knows what we would value in such circumstances.
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    Great plot, tricky dialect

    I just finished reading the first three books in this series. I thought they were well plotted and that the characters are complex and believable. I wish that there hadn't been so much of an attempt to write in Irish, British and Welsh dialect though, which came off as twee and old fashioned, with words and phrases that haven't been used, seriously, in generations. I had to convince myself to keep reading through the strange and outdated dialogues, but I am glad I did. I note that there are five more books in the series, but I was so satisfied with the conclusion of the first three that I have decided to stop reading.
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    The Irish End Games

    After a nuclear bomb goes off in England, the west coast of Ireland is thrown into a situation of pre evolution. Sarah and her family are trapped in their vacation village with no way to get home. Adventures, and a new chance at love are some of the happenings the people of the town experience. A not too bad time waster, more love story than apocalyptic survival.
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    The Irish End Games

    I think, no I know I will keep these books in my collection to enjoy again and again. Well writen and hard to put down.
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    Great Stories

    I’ve often wondered what would happen if am EMP event, big enough to render our current electrical world to cease, were to occur. Now I believe I know. These were an excellent first three books in a series. The characters are strong and Ms. Kiernan-Lewis keeps them true to their nature. Not that she stops them from growing and evolving (as we all do). I so liked how the third story ended, but there’ll be no spoilers from me. I highly recommend The Irish End Games books 1, 2 & 3.
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