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Dervla Murphy is an Irish touring cyclist and author of adventure travel books for over 40 years.
She is best known for her book Full Tilt: Murphy is a famous speaker and writer on Palestinian issues. She seeks the dissolution of Israel in its entirety.
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A Place Apart by Paula Fox. A Place Apart 3.
Place apart Signet Author s: Kathryn rated it it was amazing Jul 18, It hits solidly on dilemmas faced daily by many people in many places by telling a compelling story of one man in one place. Jo Kerrigan, historian and journalist with national and international publications, and Richard Mills, multiple award-winning press and wildlife photographer. Christopher Ewart-Biggs Memorial Prize It did not make for a pretty picture, not an environment where most people would want to bring up their kids. Peter rated it it was amazing Jul 08,
After her father's death, thirteen-year-old Victoria and her mother struggle to regain a sense of order and security. Hardcover , pages.
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Feb 19, Suzy Lolley rated it it was ok. Not clear what the point was.
Jun 17, Ann rated it really liked it. Fox skillfully creates a haunting and unforgettable mood in this story of a thirteen-year-old girl dealing with her father's death.
Victoria Finch and her mother must move to a new town and find her way in the world. This is an introspective, leisurely book that builds to its ending with small dramatic moments and the protagonist's gradual self-awareness. Aug 05, Masha rated it really liked it.
Rebeccah rated it really liked it Aug 20, Jo rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Palindrome rated it liked it Feb 11, There are secret places too, off the beaten track, and the book takes the reader down many side-paths and byways to hidden corners and unexpected treasures, sharing on the way some of the legends and traditions of this region - and always the most wonderful and heartstopping scenery. From a writer and photographer team who lovingly share their responses to the region they are lucky enough to call home: Jo Kerrigan, historian and journalist with national and international publications, and Richard Mills, multiple award-winning press and wildlife photographer.
Jo Kerrigan grew up amid the wild beauties of West Cork; after working in the UK as writer, academic and journalist, she returned home to the place she loved best.
She now writes regularly for a range of publications, including The Irish Examiner and the Evening Echo as well as international magazines, and operates a very popular online weblog. They know and savor every nook and cranny of this part of the world, the flora and the fauna and the fables. It's not just a picture book, it's a book with pictures, and what photos they are.
Jo Kerrigan is a born storyteller and Richard Mills has a wonderful eye for the landscapes and inhabitants of this little corner of the Emerald Isle, where life seems to proceed at a slower pace and the old spirits still abide.