The O'Briens by Peter Behrens
The O'Briens: Book summary and reviews of The O'Briens by Peter Behrens
The O'Briens Summary
An unforgettable saga of love, loss, and exhilarating change spanning half a century in the lives of a restless family.
The O'Briens Reviews
"Starred Review. Moments of grace and romance are rocked by cruel words and violence in this epic, a piece of rough beauty itself." - Publishers Weekly
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Peter Behrens continues the family saga he started with The Law of Dreams, the tale of Fergus O'Brien, who fled the Irish potato famine and came to Montreal in the 1840s. Find him online at www.peterbehrens.org.
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