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Shadows in Heaven Audio CD – CD, 29 November 2018
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- Publisher : W F Howes Ltd; Unabridged edition (29 November 2018)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1528822250
- ISBN-13 : 978-1528822251
- Dimensions : 14.1 x 3 x 16.5 cm
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witches, goblins, & all that goes with that.......Yes emotional, but about half the content would have been enough.
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I read, no, make that devoured Dorries' 'The Four Streets' saga of three books, and on that occasion I was lucky to have all three from the beginning. I went from one book to the other, they were all so good that I felt I knew each of the characters as my neighbours.
This latest novel, 'Shadows in Heaven' has the same feel to it. Set in post war Ireland and centred on a village called Tarabeg, it concentrates on the lives of one family, although again, you get to know the rest of the villagers too.
When I came to the end, and it closes at such a point that I was devastated to discover its sequel is not available until January, I could not believe it had finished as it had. It's a brilliant read, a wonderful story and I have already pre-orderd the next book. If you loved 'The Four Streets', you'll love this one too. As I said, "I can't wait..."
I found this book so boring and basically it was drivel that just went on and on, I couldn't force myself to read beyond 60% even by skipping pages.
I wont be buying the sequel.
and names to remember. It improved once you got into it. I almost gave up reading.
However, I love the author and have read most of her books, this one was different but I'm glad I persevered.
I seriously question whether Nadine actually wrote this book as it is definitely
not her usuall excellent standard. I puchased the second book in the series at the same time but will not be reading it. Liverpool is where you shine Nadine, I loved the Angels of Lovely Lane Series.