Tagged: Irish author

The invasion by

Grey Lands #2 After reading The call I was happy with how the story ended. I’ll admit, I thought that certain things had come to an...

The call by

Grey Land #1 Ireland has been cut off from the rest of the world. No ships, no planes. No email contact, not even radio waves make...

Thirteen ways of looking by

A novella, Thirteen ways of looking and short stories, What time is it now, where you are?, Sh’hkol, Treaty. Trigger warning – assault & rape are...

Notes to self by

This was my book club’s choice for May. I had heard about it before that and had meant to read it but hadn’t gotten around to...

Last ones left alive by

Orpen is travelling alone across Ireland. She’s left the only home she ever knew and is looking for something. She’s left safety and security to risk...

Normal people by

What is a normal person? Is anyone normal? and if not, does that not mean that everyone is? I guess normality is often seen of as...

Eggshells by

I first noticed Eggshells when it arrived at work, with those hints about changelings and fairy tale echoes. But I didn’t pick it up at the...

Masterminds of the right by

This is a short but fascinating book. Written in 1992 it details the growth of hard-line right-wing religious individuals and organisations and their efforts to keep...

Mollie on the March by

Mollie Carberry ; book 2 I quite enjoyed the first book in this series, The Making of Mollie, and this second book picks up pretty much...

The making of Mollie by

Mollie Carberry ; book 1 Mollie Carberry’s life seems pretty dull until she discovers her older sister Phyllis is a suffragette! When she and her friend...