7 edition of Irish Girls About Town found in the catalog.
February 24, 2004
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Irish girls about town is a collection of very chick littery shortstories, made as a light read. However, I got a little irritated about the many tales just revolving about a girl getting fed up with her life until she realises that she is just ungrateful and should be happy with her husband/boyfriend/children.
It reminded med at times of the /5(52). Irish Girls about Town book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Get ready to paint the town York Times bestsell /5. Irish Girls About Town is the kind of book you will not be bringing to sell in your second hand bookshop as it is the kind of book you'd like to hang onto for years.
Like some of the other viewers here I agree that Ms. Mackle's story was terrific but Mary Ryan's story was excellent too and I liked Maeve Binchy's story about a single woman who 5/5(5). Not for everyone, generally IRISH GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN is a solid at times amusing but also at other moments cynically depressing look at relationships in which misery loves miserable company as seen by nineteen female Irish authors including strong entries by Patricia Scanlan, Cecilia Ahern and especially Clare Dowling/5(8).
Irish girls are back in town is a wonderful little collection of short stories which I loved but i'm still much more a fan of her full novels. I think its amazing that all of her greatest novels are set in Ireland, her birth place, she writes the descriptions so accurately that you can almost sense that you are there and her magical books are /5.
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