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by Sarah Shears

ePub The Village download
Sarah Shears
Piatkus Books (November 29, 1984)
Genre Fiction
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  • Just like many villages in Ireland.

  • this is a nice book about a village and its people in Ireland , The author does a nice job ,

  • Alice Taylor presents an excellent view of life in a rural Irish setting. She combines clear descriptions and insightful thoughts on regular life that we all may take for granted. A grand tale for all who have lived, traveled or have dreamed of traveling into the Emerald Isle.

  • This author's books have kept my attention from start to finish, which is saying a lot from someone who is picky about what they read.

  • If you would know Ireland, don't read McCourt or Cahill; read Alice Taylor. This book is typical of her work in revealing the island as it actually is and not as some do who have an agenda and don't hesitate to "spin" the description to attain the reaction they want. Excellent writing from a truly extraordinary woman with a heart as big as the Republic.

  • A lovely story that keeps you wanting more at the end. I hope everyone who reads this book finds the same joy that it brought me.

  • Another reminiscence by an Irish author? You better believe it, and I loved it!

    Taylor makes you feel as if you're sitting in her cottage kitchen in the Irish countryside, sharing a cup of tea and yarns about her life. Her voice is smooth as Irish cream and warm as a peat fire.

    I was totally captivated by her story. Makes me yearn for a trip to the home country to raise a cuppa.

  • A truly wonderful book that would be good for any age. I've read all of the author's books as a result of the charm, insight, emotion and uniqueness I encountered in this book. This should be reissued and incorporated into high schooler's history classes on life in the first half of the twentieth century. The author's descriptions of daily village life in Ireland charms.