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Fallen / Lia Mills.

By: Mills, Lia.
Publisher: Dublin : Penguin Books, 2014Description: 179 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781844883059 : (pbk.); 9780241964729 : (pbk.).Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918 -- Fiction | Ireland -- History -- 1910-1921 -- Fiction | English fiction -- Irish authors -- 21st centuryDDC classification: 823 Summary: Fallen by Lia Mills - a remarkable love story amidst the ruins of the First World War and the Easter. Rising Spring, 1915. Katie Crilly gets the news she dreaded: her beloved twin brother, Liam, has been killed on the Western Front. A year later, when her home city of Dublin is suddenly engulfed in violence, Katie finds herself torn by conflicting emotions. Taking refuge in the home of a friend, she meets Hubie Wilson, a friend of Liam's from the Front. There unfolds a remarkable encounter between two young people, both wounded and both trying to imagine a new life. Lia Mills has written a novel that can stand alongside the works of Sebastian Faulks, Pat Barker and Louisa Young. "Lia Mills writes superbly about the human heart.
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Fallen by Lia Mills - a remarkable love story amidst the ruins of the First World War and the Easter. Rising Spring, 1915. Katie Crilly gets the news she dreaded: her beloved twin brother, Liam, has been killed on the Western Front. A year later, when her home city of Dublin is suddenly engulfed in violence, Katie finds herself torn by conflicting emotions. Taking refuge in the home of a friend, she meets Hubie Wilson, a friend of Liam's from the Front. There unfolds a remarkable encounter between two young people, both wounded and both trying to imagine a new life. Lia Mills has written a novel that can stand alongside the works of Sebastian Faulks, Pat Barker and Louisa Young. "Lia Mills writes superbly about the human heart.

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