Long Island

Long Island: Signed Edition

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Hardback Published on: 23/05/2024
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Published 23/05/2024
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Long Island
Phenomenal
I was very curious to find out how a sequel to Brooklyn was going to work, but what Colm Toibin has accomplished here is nothing short of amazing. Not a si... READ MORE
Adam  Carroll
Long Island
Tender and evocative
It’s almost impossible to pick a favourite book, but Brooklyn is one I’d take to a desert island. So I was excited but equally anxious to return to the cha... READ MORE
Michelle, Chesterfield
Long Island
Follow up to Brooklyn
This is the follow up to the best seller ' Brooklyn' written 15 years ago, I read it 12 years ago. I think this is far better than the previous one, Ellis... READ MORE
Neil Challis @Windsor
Long Island
Amazing!
I was lucky enough to get this from the publishers, and I absolutely adored this book. The story was relatable, an Irish town where everyone knows your bus... READ MORE
Rachel Lynch
Long Island
Stunning sequel
I read my first Colm Toibin (The Blackwater Lightship) almost 25 years ago and have been hooked ever since. Long Island is a sequel to the much beloved 'Br... READ MORE
Jonathan in Cambridge
Long Island
Stunning characters and story telling
Once again Colm Tóibín treats us to his storytelling delights in Long Island, the second installment of Eilis' story. In Long Island, most of the story... READ MORE
Hannah Torres

Synopsis

The sequel to the prize-winning, bestselling novel Brooklyn. A novel of enormous wit and profound emotional resonance from one of the world's finest writers. In Colm Toibin's masterful new novel, we are reunited with Eilis Lacey, the heroine of Brooklyn, twenty years on, in the 1970s, living with her husband, Tony Fiorello, and her children in a house in Long Island, rather too close to her Fiorello in-laws. A shocking piece of news propels Eilis back to Ireland, to a world she thought she had long left behind and to ways of living, and loving, she thought she had lost.

  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 2928377236434
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm

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