The Fall of Light

The Fall of Light

Book - 2001
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Francis Foley is a proud, stubborn man, and cannot stand to be beholden to anyone. Quick to anger and slow to forgiveness, it is his temper that, one day, costs his sons their home and their mother. This will not be the last of their losses. Set in Ireland in the mid-nineteenth century, this title traces the footsteps of the five Foley men.

Publisher: London (Eng.) : Picador, c2001
ISBN: 9780330487009
0330487000
Characteristics: 382 p ; 20 cm

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Apr 28, 2015

Not my favourite book so far by this author but, as always, some exquisite passages throughout. The beauty of his words is exceptional.

This work may be a more appealing yarn for men and/or those of Irish decent.

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Apr 28, 2015

Then there fell upon them (an) infamous snow ... It fell in large thick flakes. Each was like a piece of paper, torn fragments of some broken treaty between heaven and earth.

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