Across the Divide
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What happens when your best friend is meant to be your enemy? Dublin, 1913. Liam and Nora hit it off right away when they meet at a music contest. But they’re from opposite worlds. Liam’s dad, a mechanic, is a proud trade union member. Nora’s dad is a rich wine importer. When union leader Jim Larkin takes a historic stand against the might of the employers, Liam and Nora’s loyalties are torn. Caught up in a wave of strikes and riots, Liam and Nora set out on a mission that could make or break their friendship. There will be hardship and danger; laughter and wonder. Their lives will never be the same again…
- A compelling tale of friendship set in the Dublin Lockout
- Blends historical events with a moving interpersonal story
- An exciting fictional look at a key moment in Irish history
- By the acclaimed author of Friend or Foe? and Pawns
January 7th, 2016
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