This is the sequel to Nory Ryan’s Song, but I feel it would also work great as a stand-alone book. This wholesome story paints a vivid picture of the time of the Great Irish hunger with believable characters and a compelling plot. I loved this book just as much as Nory Ryan’s Song. I found nothing inappropriate in the book, unlike some other books by Patricia Reilly Giff.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
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