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Unfortunately, prior to buying this book, I read "Amazon Customer"s review posted on 24th April which contained a spoiler so I already knew a major plot line, and I think this affected .my enjoyment of the book. However I did enjoy it. There are a few typos/wrong words in it and I thought there was a little too much angst from Jo (but maybe the author knows exactly how a new author would feel!). But overall a light, heartwarming book and I would read more by this author.
It took me a really long time to finish reading this book, kore than a month I think. It's not a particularly long read but it was hard to get myself into it and continue reading it. All the characters are really sweet and that's just it, especially in the beginning, there's cute conversations, sweet plans and all but no real pull. I almost discontinued reading it but then after 65% into it, I sort of convinced myself to plough through no matter what and guess what, it did have something to offer - some betrayals and some "rising from the ashes" excitement but that was of a rather short duration. I would have preferred a much stronger protagonist. Jo Campbell is a nicely written character but I don't really connect with people with extreme pushover type personalities. Other than the feel good aspect, there was very little incentive to continue reading. However, I did enjoy the Irish-ness of the story and the characters were all sweet and supportive of each other.
I got to know a bit about Derry which was a plus. It's always good to read books which are not set in UK and USA, it feels good to be reminded of the existence of other places in the world.