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The Library at the Edge of the World: A Novel



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Author
Hayes-McCoy, Felicity
Descriptors
Divorce
Domestic Fiction
Family Relationships
Librarians
Mothers and Daughters
Small-town Life
Location/Setting:
Ireland
Time Period:
2010s
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Summary
After divorce, Hannah Casey moves back to her hometown in Lissbeg, Ireland to live with her mother. Hannah, the local librarian, drives the bookmobile visiting the small isolated towns on the Finfarran peninsula. Hannah is anxious to move out of her motherís house and is busy restoring her great-auntís old cottage. The council has plans to increase tourism and create a new community center which would include closing the Lissbeg library. The community decides to fight back and rallies together to come up with a different better plan.
Critique
The first entry in the Finfarran Peninsula series is a gentle look at small-town Ireland filled with quirky characters.
ISBN
9780062663726
  iBistro
# of Pages
340
Published
2017
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Reviewer's Initials: ED CO


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