Water, Carry Me

Thomas Moran

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Water, Carry Me

Water Carry Me From the award winning author of The Man in the Box and The World I Made for Her comes the breathtaking story of a young woman s love and betrayal set against the beauty and violence of a divided Ire

  • Title: Water, Carry Me
  • Author: Thomas Moran
  • ISBN: 9781573228541
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From the award winning author of The Man in the Box and The World I Made for Her, comes the breathtaking story of a young woman s love and betrayal set against the beauty and violence of a divided Ireland.

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    One thought on “Water, Carry Me

    1. Michele on said:

      Even though I was desperate to read about my one true love (Ireland), I wasn't sure I wanted to read THIS book. I was afraid it would be another tedious read. After the first few pages, I couldn't put it down. It held my attention the entire way through (that doesn't happen often now that I'm entering my dotage).

    2. Emily on said:

      This book surprised me in a lot of places, and I definitely preferred it over another Moran titleThe World I Made For Her

    3. Chelle on said:

      This shared a perspective of one motivation for continuing the unrest in Ireland. This book is a love story with all the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet but also sheds light on the cruelty of politcal unrest in Ireland.

    4. Suzanne on said:

      The story intrigued me for a big part of the book. In the part where all the action happened, it actualy lost some of the magic for me

    5. Joanna on said:

      The end was ever so slightly predictable but otherwise it was a beautiful book.

    6. T. on said:

      A book for constantly falling into a pool of confusion. It broke my heart, made a hole in my life, an awful, secret space, a haunting.

    7. Christiane on said:

      Although “Water carry me” has a powerful theme, in my opinion the execution of this novel is not successful and it ends up as a bland, sugary love story injected with murderous sectarian violence. The ending is largely predictable.I suppose that in order to make the contrast between innocence and ice-cold brutality even more shocking almost all of the first half of the book is taken up by the antics of a group of shallow Cork college girls living it up on daddy’s money, spending a lot of t [...]

    8. Liza Ahmed on said:

      This was one of the most difficult books to get through. I wanted to quit reading it early on because it was boring and drawn out, but I convinced myself that in order to review it properly, I had to at least read 100 pages. Mostly out of principle, I begrudgingly finished it. The book lacked any real plot until 3/4 of the way through. Unfortunately, the fact that it got interesting at around page 150 did not redeem it. Moran failed to create a main character that you really like or relate to. S [...]

    9. Jane on said:

      My bookclub chose this book upon my recommendation. Reading it for a second time was just as rewarding as the first. Moran takes the reader into the "Troubles" of northern Ireland via an unsuspecting young woman. Although dark in subject, characters are well developed and lead to a twist that makes one wish (again?) for a better world. Highly recommended.

    10. Terri Dowell-dennis on said:

      I don't know how perfect this book is in depicting the troubles in Ireland, but this is an emotionally riveting story. I couldn't stop thinking about it.

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