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Book Reviews

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In Honour Bound by Christine Webber
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘They met in cosmopolitan London in the 1980s – a decade of opportunity where everything seemed possible. But was it?’ In Honour Bound was originally published in 1987 by Christine Webber....

The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘Cyril Avery is not a real Avery or at least that’s what his adoptive parents tell him. And he never will be.  But if he isn’t a real Avery, then...

The Taking of Annie Thorne by C.J. Tudor
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Arnhill is an old mining town, the mines long closed up now. Traditionally with mining towns, purpose built living spaces sprung up out of necessity around the old mines and...

Minor Monuments by Ian Maleney
Posted by Emmet James Driver in , .

People are calling this the golden age of essay writing, as more and more writers pen their own experience analogous to the society and world we live in. Have lived...

Black Wood by Derek Flynn
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Black Wood is the new release from Irish writer Derek Flynn. Just published, it is a thriller that questions how far we are prepared to go to achieve our hopes and...

The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

‘They say I must be put to death for what happened to Madame, and they want me to confess.’  The Confessions of Frannie Langton is the unbelievable debut novel by Sara...

My Sister’s Lies by S.D. Robertson
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

Just released with Avon Books, My Sister’s Lies is described as ‘an emotional story that delves into the true meaning of family, sisterhood and secrets’ Not every secret should be shared… Hannah and...

The Narrow Land by Christine Dwyer Hickey
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , .

He thinks he is on a different train as he begins to wake. A train in Germany just after the war….He reminds himself to keep his eyes shut. Because that’s...

Last Ones Left Alive by Sarah Davis-Goff
Posted by Swirl and Thread in , , .

Last Ones Left Alive is unlike any book I have EVER read. It’s a dystopian novel but it’s set in a post-apocalyptic Ireland! Now as many of you are already aware...

Charlie Savage by Roddy Doyle
Posted by Dymphna Nugent in , .

Charlie Savage is a Dublin man, a father, a husband and a grandad. The landscape of Ireland is changing around him with the rise of Trump, the popularity of social...