Rain on the Wind

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Brandon, 1994 - Fiction - 320 pages
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The classic, dramatic story of the constant struggle of the people of a fishing community in the West of Ireland - a struggle with the sea, with poverty and with the political conservatism of post-independent Ireland. One of Macken's most powerful and best-loved novels. 'Full of dramatic and racy incident.' - The Guardian

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Published in 1950, Rain on the Wind is set in a fishing village on Galway Bay in the west of Ireland. The fishermen set to sea for days in sturdy hand-built boats powered by the wind in their sails ... Read full review


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