I enjoyed Norah’s Children and Michael, and I just finished reading Going Home, ... a lovely, sad story. Marcia Craft. Fairway Estates Women’s Club
For three decades the fortunes of Norah’s children have ebbed and flowed. World War II has now come to an end, and the extended and disparate Kellys must adjust to a peacetime that is not all that was promised.
Pierce, Mary, Colm, Sheelagh, and Michael continue to forge their hard won connections, even when harmony is difficult to find.
Going Home is the third and final book in the saga of Norah’s children and follows the five siblings into marriage and parenthood, through success and sorrow. Heart-warming and heart-wrenching events challenge a powerful family bond that neither time nor distance has, so far, been able to break.
Thanks for the reading pleasure of your trilogy! Joy. Palm Harbor Community School
Just read 'Going Home' on kindle. Loved it. ... Barbara Lodge
… loved it, I didn't want Going Home to end, the story could go on for three more books. Ellie.
Ann! I love, love, love this trilogy!!!!!!!! You really have a gift!!!! … Amy Heyman HUGE Fan!
I didn't want the Kelly saga to end, it could go on for three more books. Clare Johns. Ellies Book Club.
Going Home ... an excellent finish to your Irish family trilogy. The characters and settings were vivid and compelling. Keep up the good work. ...Jim O'B
This is the first time I have ever written to an author, but I enjoyed your book so much that I felt I should let you know.
The worst thing to read in you books was THE END. Many thanks for the gift of good reading. ...Dorothy Lemon
I cried and laughed ... you know a great deal about love - real love. ... Rose B.
... a " I can't put the book down" style. ... C. Upstate New York
Don’t ever stop writing. I recommend your books to all my friends and can’t wait for your next one. ...Your fan, Emma Canepa, San Jose, CA, Age 14
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