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  1. Coleen Coleen says:

    Author Geraldine O NeillLength 480Genre FictionWhere did it come from Why do I have it Recommended by Deborah LeahySummary It s the 1950s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Author Geraldine O NeillLength 480Genre FictionWhere did it come from Why do I have it Recommended by Deborah LeahySummary It s the 1950s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Tara Tara is everything Madeleine isn t, yet the two girls find themselves becoming firm friends When Tara meets Gabriel, Madeleine s older brother, she becomes painfully aware of the differences between the Fitzgeralds and the Flynns Without a wealthy family behind her, Tara will have to work her way to the life she dreams of Then Tara finds herself with a heartbreaking decision to make, and must leave the world of Ballygrace behind her and flee to England.Review Overall I liked the book and am looking forward to reading the next two in the series I can t say this was one of my favorites One of the quotes on the book says Maeve Binchy fans won t be disappointed I ve read most of Maeve Binchy s books and I remember them having muchof an effect on me Tara is a character that was hard for me to connect with It seemed she wanted to leave behind everything that made her who she was I think the book could have been shorter as some parts seemed to drag on Recommendation Fans of fiction books based in Ireland


  2. Honeypie Honeypie says:

    This is the author s first novel And it wasn t so bad Though, not very good either Sorry, I just have to compare with Samantha Sotto s Before Ever After and Karen Swan s Christmas at Tiffany s They were the authors first novels, as well.Light read But not exactly a chick literature It definitely hadserious conflicts And touchy topics But not as controversial as the Coelho book I read last year Gosh, I forgot the title na But then again, it s set in the 1950s People wereThis is the author s first novel And it wasn t so bad Though, not very good either Sorry, I just have to compare with Samantha Sotto s Before Ever After and Karen Swan s Christmas at Tiffany s They were the authors first novels, as well.Light read But not exactly a chick literature It definitely hadserious conflicts And touchy topics But not as controversial as the Coelho book I read last year Gosh, I forgot the title na But then again, it s set in the 1950s People were most probably VERY conservative and old school Hmm. Traditional might beapt Hahaha It must have been overwhelming writing your first novel, because Geraldine must have stuffed all the possible conflicts in all 43 chapters including the prologue It s okay, because each character had his own story BUT, the novel was titled Tara Flynn It was only expected that the book would all be about her But it wasn t And not even told in the first person.Another thing, there were too many characters.Tara Flynn seems too much of a perfect girl to exist in real life Haha And, I think the ending was rushed One of my pet peeves is when everyone ends up happy Shet, sorry spoiler Because it s not always the case Cynical much Hahaha HPie, this is not your blog Usual excerpts We re well off, and we don t know it Tara Flynn had learned already that it was better to look forward with hope, than look back holding a grudge.Instinctively she knew that if a man was worth having, then he was the one who would have to do all the running in the courtship


  3. Margaret Margaret says:

    Tara Flynn by Geraldine O NeillIt s the 1950s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Tara The author manages to bring 1940 s Ireland to life transporting you back to a tiny room in a remo Tara Flynn by Geraldine O NeillIt s the 1950s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Tara The author manages to bring 1940 s Ireland to life transporting you back to a tiny room in a remote cottage, the food that they ate at the time like soda bread and cream poratoes with bacon A very enjoyable book


  4. Tracy Tracy says:

    I would like to give this 3.5 Very enjoyable Am looking forward to the next two books in the series Hopefully they won t be a let down This book was easy reading and descriptive enough that you could really see how the poor Irish lived and worked and the vast differences between then and the gentry but not so far that it got boring with too much detail A few twists and turns thrown in as well to keep it interesting


  5. Doreen Deegan Doreen Deegan says:

    NWhat a story From the minute I open this book until I read the last page it was an amazing story you could lose yourself in ballygrace


  6. The Cats’ Mother The Cats’ Mother says:

    This was enjoyable irish fiction for an easy weekend read I would read the next books in the series but am not sure I d pay money for them.


  7. Donna Martin Donna Martin says:

    What a briillent book


  8. Linnea Linnea says:

    Loved it.


  9. Cara Cara says:

    couldn t put it down


  10. Amma Amma says:

    This is a lovely book to take to an airport and read during long distance flights.


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Tara Flynn ✷ [BOOKS] ✫ Tara Flynn By Geraldine O'Neill ❁ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk It s the s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with he It s the s and for Tara Flynn, red haired, bright and ambitious, Ballygrace House represents everything she hopes for beautiful, elegant and a world away from the small village where she lives with her grandfather But the wealthy Fitzgeralds who live at Ballygrace have little time for village girls, until Madeleine, their unstable, delicate daughter, meets Tara Tara is everything Madeleine isn t, yet the two girls find themselves becoming firm friends When Tara meets Gabriel, Madeleine s older brother, she becomes painfully aware of the differences between the Fitzgeralds and the Flynns Without a wealthy family behind her, Tara will have to work her way to the life she dreams of Then Tara finds herself with a heartbreaking decision to make, and must leave the world of Ballygrace behind her and flee to England.