The Rebels of Ireland

The Rebels of Ireland

DAISY - 2007
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Sixteenth to twentieth centuries. Continues the saga begun in "The Princes of Ireland". Follows several families through the French aggression, the potato famine, migration to the United States, and the golden age of Irish literature. Descriptions of sex, violence, and strong language. 2006. (Dublin saga ; 2)
Publisher: Toronto : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2007.
Branch Call Number: TBDAISY FICTION RUT
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (35:15 hrs.)
Additional Contributors: Williams, Margaret (reader)

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BlueHippo
Jun 30, 2014

A continuation of "The Princes of Ireland", this was an entertaining yet factual account of the historical context which has been the foundation for many of the troubles in Ireland in our times.

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AnamCara
Oct 27, 2007

I really loved this book. I have a family link to Ireland and have read some dry Irish history books. Rutherfurd delivers Irish history with a very well developed story. I now feel I understand a little better what my ancestors went through. You really should read the first book Princes of Ireland before you read this one as it is a continuation. The Princes of Ireland is the beginning of known Irish history and the Rebels of Ireland continues on with the families that we meet first in Princes.

MariePat Oct 25, 2007

I loved this book! Somewhat long but worth a read

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