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The Parting Glass
The Parting Glass
Author: Emilie Richards
USA Today bestselling author Emilie Richards continues the journey begun in her beloved Whiskey Island with this unforgettable tale of star-crossed lovers, murder and three sisters who discover a hidden legacy that will lead them home at last to Ireland. Megan, who is feeling hopelessly unprepared in her new marriage, has no idea ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780778324386
ISBN-10: 0778324389
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 528
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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dmkay avatar reviewed The Parting Glass on + 212 more book reviews
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Emilie Richards returns to the story of the Donaghue sisters in her novel, "The Parting Glass," a sequel to her bestselling book, "Whiskey Island," which began the chronicles of the lives of the Donaghue clan, the family who has been a part of Cleveland's large Irish community since days of the first immigrant's arrival.
The Parting Glass is an intensely emotional book about this family and their extended Irish roots. Richards takes the reader back to the 1920's where we learn about Liam Tierney and Glen Donaghue. This book at times brought tears to my eyes and laughter into my heart. Don't miss this book, but do read Whiskey Island first!
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pih avatar reviewed The Parting Glass on + 7 more book reviews
The Parting Glass is the sequel to Whiskey Island, and it takes place primarily in Ireland. I didn't think it quite measured up to Whiskey Island; but,if you read that, then you have to read this one. Some good discussion of Autism. The Irish cousin is a delight. Of course, all of the charaters are lovable. The title comes from a line in an Irish Tavern song. One family mystery is solved.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It tangles three different stories into one. I'm onto another Emilie Richards book next!
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This is the sequel to Whiskey Island. The lives of the Donaghue sisters continues and the novel never loses the attention of the reader. The book was "simply great" and I could not put it down!