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Sep 11, Layla Tobin rated it really liked it.
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This was a really nice easy to read book. I really enjoyed the setting of the book, going between a small village in Ireland and a pilgrimage route in Spain. There is a nice air of mystery throughout the book and a lot of likeable characters. I also loved the language used in the book, I think Babs Horton has a great grasp on the Irish slang and conversational style in the time the book is set. The only negative thing I have to say regarding the book is the last section. I think she should have s This was a really nice easy to read book.
I think she should have stopped introducing new characters in the last section. It began to get a bit confusing when more names were introduced at the end and I don't think it was completely necessary for the story. However, I'd definitely recommend this book for an easy feel-good read. Jan 02, Jo rated it really liked it.
My mum gave me this book to read, set in Ireland and concerning Catholicism, orphans, travel and Spain she felt it would intrigue me. She had also visited some of the places in the book so there was a personal attachment to the story for me too. I loved the interconnecting storylines with twists and multiple characters touching each other's lives.
The vocabulary evoked a real sense of place from the orphanage and the wet Irish weather to the sun kissed courtyards of Spain. There is comedy in this My mum gave me this book to read, set in Ireland and concerning Catholicism, orphans, travel and Spain she felt it would intrigue me. There is comedy in this book too and I caught myself more than once laughing out loud; pick your place carefully to read this book if you don't want to cause any internal injuries whilst trying to stifle your giggles.
It was a real pager-turner and I found myself constantly wanting to know "what happens next". Potentially because of this I felt the book finished too suddenly for me. Whilst the conclusion was not what I expected it felt rushed. The author was almost still setting the scenes right up to the last few pages.
I found the plot intriguing, the subject matter very interesting and overall a very good-read. Nov 13, Priti rated it liked it. The year is , the place a remote village in Ireland. A man finds a small girl at his doorstep, without any idea who is she and why somebody has sent her to his home. There are orphans, wicked nuns, a nice teacher, a helpful bar owner and sundry other characters which enliven this tale of mystery and adventure. The story takes us from Ireland to Spain, on the quest for lost secrets and forgotten dreams.
First book I read by this author and it was thoroughly enjoyable. The only small downside The year is , the place a remote village in Ireland. The only small downside was there seemed to be too many characters, with their personal issues and agendas, which made it a bit difficult to keep track of them all and made the plot just a bit complicated. Jan 29, M. Jones rated it liked it.
Engaging characters and wonderfully descriptive story. The contrasting images of Spain and Ireland reminded me of The Enchanted April, especially the transformative power in visiting a foreign land. The weaving of the different stories and tragedies within the novel, while interesting, were a bit difficult to follow at times. All in all, an enjoyable read that goes well with a hot toddy. Apr 03, Roberto rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this second book by Babs Horton but not as much as her first one " A Jarful of Angels".
But still , if youre looking for a light , humorous and entertaining read this is the one. The part concerning the octopus was really hillarious. Jul 29, Andrew added it. A cleverly constructed tale of Irish pilgrims travelling through Spain.
I do enjoy the way Babs Horton just gives you a little bit of the puzzle at a time until the big picture forms in front of your eyes. What I wanted to do, was take a moment and share a picture of the woman I love. You all read, and used or viewed her work here. However some of you may never have saw the woman behind the scenes. So this is the love of my life Babs. She really was the best wife, mother, friend and grandmother any one could have….
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