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Read-along Discussion: The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey, part two

Welcome to our second read-along discussion of The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey. If you’re following our schedule, you should have read the first four sections of the book, and be finished with the section titled “Insurrection, 1919-1920.” Spoiler alert: … Continue reading

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Read-along Discussion: The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey, part one

Welcome to our first read-along discussion of The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey. If you’re following our schedule, you should have read the first two sections of the book: “Glenlea, County Armagh, 1905″ and “Queensbrook Linen Mill, 1913.” Spoiler alert: … Continue reading

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March Read-along Schedule and Sign-ups: The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey

March is just around the corner, and with it comes time for our Irish fiction read-along. When the votes were all tallied, The Yellow House by Patricia Falvey was the clear winner. I’ve broken the book up into four sections. … Continue reading

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