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The Heart's Invisible Furies Cyril Avery is not a real Avery or at least that’s what his adoptive parents tell him And he never will be But if he isn’t a real Avery then who is heBorn out of wedlock to a teenage girl cast out from her rural Irish community and adopted by a well to do if eccentric Dublin couple via the intervention of a hunchbacked Redemptorist nun Cyril is adrift in the world anchored only tenuously by his heartfelt friendship with the infinitely glamourous and dangerous Julian WoodbeadAt the mercy of fortune and coincidence he will spend a lifetime coming to know himself and where he came from – and over his three score years and ten will struggle to discover an identity a home a country and much In this Boyne's most transcendent work to date we are shown the story of Ireland from the 1940s to today through the eyes of one ordinary man The Heart's Invisible Furies is a novel to make you laugh and cry while reminding us all of the redemptive power of the human spirit

10 thoughts on “The Heart's Invisible Furies

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    Update If by some crazy reason you have missed this bookits a 199 kindle special today I actually have a phone call to make to make sure a friend buys it today Not a book to hesitate buying it at this price if you’ve not taken your turn reading it yet A PHENOMENAL READI finished this seconds ago THE BEST NOVEL of 2017It's not only a FAVORITE FAVORITEIt makes my top 10 BEST BOOKS in at least the

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    Maybe there were no villains in my mother’s story at all Just men and women trying to do their best by each other And failing This book THIS BOOK I cannot remember the last time I became so thoroughly immersed in a story fell so deeply in love with the characters and had my heart so fully ripped out The Heart's Invisible Furies is a masterpiece Most people will know Boyne from his hard hitting

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    Long before we discovered that he had fathered two children by two different women one in Drimoleague and one in Clonakilty Father James Monroe stood on the altar of the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea in the parish of Goleen west C ork and denounced my mother as a whore I imagine I must have been under some sort of a curse for the last sixteen years or so How else to explain that I just finishe

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    UPDATE In Audible US sale today 122618The first paragraph of the book is what grabbed me Long before we discovered that he had fathered two children by two different women one in Drimoleague and one in Clonakilty Father James Monroe stood on the altar of the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea in the parish of Goleen West Cork and denounced my mother as a whore Pretty powerful stuff that Little Cyril

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    So it's my last review of 2017 and my year in books has ended pretty much as it began with an excellent 5 star read John Boyne is a truly gifted writer and 'The Heart's Invisible Furies' is simply mesmerisingCyril Avery was born out of wedlock to 16 year old Catherine Coggins Because of this Catherine is banished from the small Irish Community where she's lived all her life This is 1940's Ireland whe

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    Well I'm definitely in the minority with this one With an overall average rating of 449 based on thousands of reviews I had expected this book to be a sure thing for me It just goes to show you that it doesn't always work out that way That being said I can definitely see the appeal of this story for a lot of readers This book addresses many important topics and tackles some controversial subject matte

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    The Catholic Church has an unpardonable and deplorable history mired in horrors such as support for fascist regimes in Spain Germany Italy its oppositon to liberation theology whilst buttressing the power of the tyrannical dictators of South and Central America and its brutal history in Ireland John Boyne embodies the heartbreaking history of Ireland and the Catholic Church in the post war years from 1

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    The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne is a 2017 Hogarth Press publication For years people have listened to me bemoan the demise of the great epic literary saga The big tome that covered decades and generations loaded with drama the sweeping grand love stories the heartbreaks crimes and tragedies While this book has achieved a great deal of press loads of accolades and praise and is very beloved

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    let us all take a brief moment of silence and remember the old me the person i was before i read this book; because by the end of the story i became someone new and improvedi knew this was going to be a 5 star read within the first couple of chapters but the absolute magnitude of this story is truly astonishing and im finding it difficult to adeuately describe the raw sincerity and intense emotional pull

  10. says:

    5 BILLION STARS “We’re none of us normal Not in this fcking country” I don’t have the words to do this book justice so all I will say is that I loved everything about this book the characters the plot the sentences Every moment every word every second of reading It's perfection

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