Firefly Summer

Firefly Summer

by Maeve Binchy
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Firefly Summer 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Marci Stappung More than 1 year ago
As usual, another great story by Binchy. I was honestly stunned when it ended. I was truly disappointed that it was time to let go of the characters and felt that there was much more to discover. Any hope for a sequel?
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the fourth Binchy novel I have had the pleasure of reading. I think it is the best so far!!! Others were Quentins, Tara Road, and Circle of Friends. She is my new favorite author, having discovered her only last year! She drew me into this book in a way I didn't think possible. I found myself laughing, crying, and gasping in disbelief.....very uncharacteristic of me! You don't want to miss this book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is only the second Binchy book I have read (Light a Penny Candle was the first). I was sorry when the book finished as there were several loose ends. However, I felt there were a few too many characters - I could have used a Cast of Characters - and some were not very fleshed out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just catching up with Maeve Binchy's novels and was fasinated with the clearly drawn characters and fast-moving story line of 'Firefly Summer'. Having been drawn into the story I was disappointed not to find any sequels to this story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
after I read 'The Glass Lake,' but Firefly Summer, in my opinion surpassed even that great read. Maeve Binchy, as usual, has managed to capture characters that many of us have encountered in our lives in some way or another...the spirited Kate Ryan and her dependable John, the designing Marian Johnson, the discreet Sheila Whelan, the frustrated and often excluded younger sibling, Eddie....I hope Ms. Binchy's writing stays at least one book ahead of me!!! I couldn't bear not to have a Binchy book to read!
Anonymous 15 hours ago
... a Master Storyteller! ... So glad that she gave us her words! ?
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It started out ok but dragged on and on and on. The end of the book just stopped. After all of the happenings and descriptions of all of the characters I was left hanging with every character. There was nothing that wrapped up any character. I read all the way to the end and was extremely disappointed.
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Once again the author had us develop a relationship with the main characters. Wish there had been one more chapter to let us see how everyone was doing.
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This book started a little slow, but was well worth sticking with it. After the initial few chapters, I was drawn in as only Binchy can do. From then on, I could not put the book down. Her characters become alive and you feel that you are right in that little Irish town. A great story with an ending you are not expecting. I would highly recommend this book.
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