Heading Home, Book 3 of the Irish End Games

Heading Home, Book 3 of the Irish End Games

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by Susan Kiernan-Lewis
     
 

What happens when the one thing you've been praying for turns out to be the one thing that will destroy you and everything you love?
After two years of living and adjusting to life after the bomb, Sarah and her son John have discovered that happiness can trump grief and loss. Together they've created a life of fellowship and hard work, pride of self and community…  See more details below

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What happens when the one thing you've been praying for turns out to be the one thing that will destroy you and everything you love?
After two years of living and adjusting to life after the bomb, Sarah and her son John have discovered that happiness can trump grief and loss. Together they've created a life of fellowship and hard work, pride of self and community, good friendships and, for Sarah, love. But the moment a messenger comes to the camp with the news that the United States government is gathering up all of its stranded nationals to help them get home, is the moment that Sarah and John's world begins to crumble.

Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Lance Rigdon
Very good story! Loved people and the scenes that they were interested in about our changing world of uncertainly, as the world is today!
Amazon - Jerry Smith
So good, I can hardly wait to move on to the next one. I find myself living this story, a true work of art.
Goodreads - Clayton Collins
I really have enjoyed this story. Book three has a deeper feel of a love story than I am use to and was not sure in the beginning of book three if I wanted to continue. But the story sucks you in and I found myself cheering for the hero's and wishing a horrible end for the villains. It's a good read and would make a great movie.
Amazon - Michael Domino
The Irish End Game Series has been very entertaining. Well written. Keeps your interest but does flip flop on every changing plot twists. I have found it so entertaining that I have continued to buy and read every book in the series so far.
Amazon - Kathleen Kearney
I would recommend this series, it is like a more realistic Hunger Games but geared for adults. I can see how this might really happen and it portrays how the rest of the world looks at Americans making me slightly embarrassed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148982364
Publisher:
San Marco Press
Publication date:
12/08/2013
Series:
The Irish End Games Trilogy , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
310
Sales rank:
22,062
File size:
375 KB

Meet the Author

Susan Kiernan-Lewis lives in Ponte Vedra, Florida, and writes mysteries, dystopian thrillers, and romantic suspense. Visit her website at susankiernanlewis.com.

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Heading Home, Book 3 of the Irish End Games 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed his series and it kept my interest. The only negatives are the way Sarah interacted with her parents and the over the top rushed ending. Did she even give her parents the letters that she wrote in the first two books? I would definitely recommend this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These books kept me reading all the way to the end. I enjoyed the relationships that developed between the characters. While some sections were a bit over the top, all three books were fun reads that kept you flipping pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I find the attitude of americans was off since there are so many irish there
Shipmate88 More than 1 year ago
I found it very interesting as had several variations on the interpersonal relationships than one normally finds in many post apocalyptic books. This one was even more different in its ending which I would hope would be real for me if this happens when the wife and I are on our planned trip to the "Isles".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read all three books in series. Found premise, characters and overall plot able to keep my interest. Only negative was ending...reader understands this story is fiction but felt sarah's actions in last couple chapters were overkill and kind of...over the top even for fiction.
Anonymous 5 months ago
This is the third in the series and I was a bit disappointed. Book 1 was excellent, book 2 was good but not nearly up to what I expected after reading book 1 of the series. Book 3 actually became trite snd I won't be getting any more in the series
ncpower More than 1 year ago
Nicely wrapped up what I thought would be a trilogy. But, wait, I guess there are more books in the series. This seems to be pretty common these days. In any case, more drama within the camp in this installment. Overall a good page-turner!
Sadie-Rose More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed the first three books in the series and I'm getting ready to start the 4th.
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