Country Days (2020)

Country Days Alice Taylor s books have made her almost as beloved among Irish Americans as St Patrick himself With nearly a million copies of her books in print internationally she continues to be the most popula
  • Title: Country Days
  • Author: Alice Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780312141028
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • Country Days
    Alice Taylor s books have made her almost as beloved among Irish Americans as St Patrick himself With nearly a million copies of her books in print internationally, she continues to be the most popular writer in Ireland today Country Days, her newest volume of glorious reminiscences of life in Eire, is now finally available in paperback Like its predecessors includiAlice Taylor s books have made her almost as beloved among Irish Americans as St Patrick himself With nearly a million copies of her books in print internationally, she continues to be the most popular writer in Ireland today Country Days, her newest volume of glorious reminiscences of life in Eire, is now finally available in paperback Like its predecessors including the classic To School Through the Fields it is filled with character and characters, delicious sensory memories, and stories remembered with whimsy and warmth It may well be Taylor s best book yet.
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    1. This short collection of stories is a feel good reminiscing of growing up in the Irish countryside Alice Taylor recalls her childhood, her marriage, her neighbors, her children, and her faith in often times hilarious and insightful clarity and the reader is stuck wishing that they too lived in a quaint little village in Ireland At least that s how I felt When I finished listening to the audiobook, I wanted to pack up my suitcase and head over Such a serene sounding life, beautiful and filled wit [...]

    2. Alice Taylor s books have made her almost as beloved among Irish Americans as St Patrick himself With nearly a million copies of her books in print internationallly, she continues to be the most popular writer in Ireland today Country Days, her newest volume of glorious reminiscences of life in Eire, is now finally available in paperback Like its predecessors including the classic To School Through the Fields it is filled with character and characters, delicious sensory memories, and stories rem [...]

    3. Taylor is the author of several personal reminiscences of country life in Ireland This book was a somewhat eclectic collection of stories, some humorous and quirky, some feeling very Irish, some obscure or random in their feeling Supposedly the author s first book To School Through the Fields in the series was her best, but I enjoyed these stories and the reading of the narrator.

    4. Am 43 pages into this collection of short true stories poems of Taylor s youth in County Cork, Ireland, and it s just wonderful She is the Irish Miss Read, if you re familiar with the latter s work Full of warmth and humor, a perfect antidote to and temporary escape from the world we wake up to every day Highly recommended.

    5. A cozy, personal story about various events in the author s life in her small town in Ireland This lovely little book offers a first person glimpse on neighbors, relatives, and life in general Since each chapter is a different and unconnected story, it s an easy book to pick up and put down to read at a later time But it s short and charming, so you ll probably read it all at once anyway.

    6. Lovely book of short stories reminiscences, really of the author s life in an Irish village There must be someone close to her with Down s Syndrome as references turn up in the stories Sweet to read.I m also still re reading, as slowly as possible, Catcher In The Rye.

    7. Although this wasn t as good to me as the first two books, I really enjoyed Country Days for its short views into everyday life I missed the lovely detailed descriptions of how things were done that the first two books had.

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