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[Reading] ➷ The Yellow House Author Patricia Falvey – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

The Yellow House THE YELLOW HOUSE Delves Into The Passion And Politics Of Northern Ireland At The Beginning Of The 20th Century Eileen O Neill S Family Is Torn Apart By Religious Intolerance And Secrets From The Past Determined To Reclaim Her Ancestral Home And Reunite Her Family, Eileen Begins Working At The Local Mill, Saving Her Money And Holding Fast To Her Dream As War Is Declared On A Local And Global Scale, Eileen Cannot Separate The Politics From The Very Personal Impact The Conflict Has Had On Her Own Life She Is Soon Torn Between Two Men, Each Drawing Her To One Extreme One Is A Charismatic And Passionate Political Activist Determined To Win Irish Independence From Great Britain At Any Cost, Who Appeals To Her Warrior S Soul The Other Is The Wealthy And Handsome Black Sheep Of The Pacifist Family Who Owns The Mill Where She Works, And Whose Persistent Attention Becomes Impossible For Her To Ignore.

[Reading] ➷ The Yellow House  Author Patricia Falvey – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Hardcover
  • 337 pages
  • The Yellow House
  • Patricia Falvey
  • English
  • 08 August 2017
  • 1599952017

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➷ The Yellow House Author Patricia Falvey – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    A historical fiction book about Northern Ireland in the early 1900 s during all the religious tensions around the Irish Revolution Eileen, our heroin, loses her family in the beginning of the novel and works hard to reestablish herself and find security I loved Eileen and how stubborn and passionate she is t...


  2. says:

    I didnt like any of the characters in this book Eileen was annoying, Owen was a weasel, and James was a jerk The writing wasnt that great either I hated the way both of the men just kept running after Eileen when in real life she was such a jerk to everyone that she would ve had no friends She never said a kind word in the entire book Also, there was too much nonsense about family pride and being a warrior O Neill I will grant that I didnt know...


  3. says:

    Occasionally an epic story comes along that makes the reader cry at the end of the novel I am that reader, and The Yellow House is that novel Spanning the early twentieth century, set in Northern Ireland during the time of the Irish revolution, we follow Eileen O Neill, warrior, daughter, and sister as she slowly loses everything she loves but learns to rise again Growing up at the base of her beloved mountain, Slieve Gullion, Eileen knows the terrors she dreams at night do not bode well for Occasionally an epic story comes along that makes the reader cry at the end of the novel I am that reader, and The Yellow House is that novel Spanning the early twentieth century, set in Northern Ireland during the time of the Irish revolution, we follow Eileen O Neill, warrior, daughter, and sister as she slowly loses everything she...


  4. says:

    I started this book because I loved the genre Irish novel It is timed in the first World War, and the beginnings of the on going civil war in Ireland between the Catholica and the Protestants But, let me say, it was even less than OK which is the 2 definition This was no Maeve Binchey, I will tell you that I quit reading before I had finished the book And sadly, because it began well with a feisty red headed heroine, but the roof just kept falling on her head the language became mo I started this book because I loved the genre Irish novel It is timed in the first World War, and the beginnings of the on going civil war in Ireland between the Catholica and the Protestants But, let me say, it was even less than OK which is the 2 definition This was no Maeve Binchey...


  5. says:

    Great read, beautifully written loved the Irish brogue This story is of a young Northern Irish woman who, inheriting a legacy of warriors, must come to terms with the burdens that legacy carries and find the strength within her that it brings Spanning twenty years of her life, the book recounts Eileen O Neill s struggles with the difficulties that come with war both WWI the Irish War of Independence and poverty, including the loss of her family to murder, mental illness and hatred In the Great read, beautifully written loved the Irish brogue This story is of a young Northern Irish woman who, inheriting a legacy of warriors, must come to terms with the burdens that legacy carries and find the strength within her that it brings Spanning twenty years of her life, the book r...


  6. says:

    Alright I admit it I ended up really enjoying this.The beginning had such a slow build, that I had a hard time getting into it I wasn t attached to the characters, and I had small hope of it getting better I will eat those words, because it really turned into a great story, and I have grown so attached to the characters that I will actually miss them now that the book is over.I liken this book to The Tea Rose, and not just because they are both romantic historical fiction We have an excepti Alright I admit it I ended up really enjoying this.The beginning had such a slow build, that I had a hard time getting into it I wasn t attached to the characters, and I had small hope of it getting better I will eat those words, because it really turned into a great story, and I have grown so attached to the characters that I will actually miss them now that the book is over.I liken t...


  7. says:

    Patricia Falvey s first novel, The Yellow House, has been described as firmly and unapologetically on the side of Republican Nationalist perspective I didn t feel that this point of view detracted from the novel Eileen O Neill is strong willed, determined, and often excessively stubborn, but these same traits help keep her sane as she faces amazing personal tragedies The events in Eileen s life are tied to the growing hostilities and political unrest in Ireland Eileen faces the loss of both Patricia Falvey s first novel, The Yellow House, has been described as firmly and unapologetically on the side of Republican Nationalist perspective I didn t feel ...


  8. says:

    Irish stories have always fascinated me and this one certainly sounded promising The premise is good and the political history is interesting, although it got a bit laborious in parts Some will argue that politics is inherent to Ireland and while they are correct, I didn t pick this book up for the history lesson, I wanted a people story Unfortun...


  9. says:

    For the 4th title of my Reading Ireland Month challenge, I chose a book that has been on my Kindle for a couple of years It is a debut novel steeped in Irish history and peopled with unforgettable charactersIndeed, it would become known far and wide as the Yellow House When the sun shone it dazzled like a golden beacon, and even on the grayest of days it glowed through the mist like magic The book begins with the O Neill family who live in an old yellow house in the shadow of Slieve Gullio For the 4th title of my Reading Ireland Month challenge, I chose a book that has been on my Kindle for a couple of years It is a debut novel steeped in Irish history and peopled with unforgettable charactersIndeed, it would become known far and wide as the Yellow House When the sun shone it dazzled like a golden bea...


  10. says:

    This is another family story, which takes place during the Revolutionary Period in Ireland The story begins in 1905 and ends in 1924, and centers around Eileen O Neill and her family The story opens with Eileen remembering a particular summer when she was 8 years old, and her father returns at the end of the day with yellow paint for their house As the story progresses, and the family home is lost and the family is torn apart, Eileen holds the idea of the yellow house close to her heart, beli This is another family story, which takes place during the Revolutionary Period in Ireland The story begins in 1905 and ends in 1924, and centers around Eileen O Neill and her family The story opens with Eileen remembering a particular summer when she was 8 years old, and her father returns at the end of the day with yellow paint for their house As the story progresses, and the family home is lost and the family is torn apart, Eileen holds the idea of the yellow house close to her heart, believing that someday she will be able to reunite her family there.In the meantime, she tak...

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