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The Girls of Ennismore

Narrated by: Caroline Lennon
Length: 12 hrs and 53 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Victoria Bell and Rosie Killeen are best friends. Growing up in rural Ireland's County Mayo, their friendship is forged against the glorious backdrop of Ennismore House. However, Victoria, born of the aristocracy, and Rosie, daughter of a local farmer, both find that the disparity of their class and the simmering social tension in Ireland will push their friendship to the brink....

Both girls leave the idyllic Ennismore of their childhood to move to the gritty, politically charged streets of Dublin. On the cusp of the Easter Rising and the impending First World War, each girl finds herself deeply involved in the fray while immersed in forbidden romance.

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  • 18-06-2019

First audiobook

Loved this book. Really easy listening and well worth buying. If you like historical romance this will be a good one

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  • 30-04-2019

Fantastic

Just loved every minute, not one bit predictable. Missing the characters already. And the audible was just perfect with the indifferent characters. Perfect.