A novel of historical fiction, O'Sullivan's Odyssey examines the dynamics and consequences of family dysfunction against the backdrop of the Irish Potato Famine and the American Civil War. It tells the story of D-nal OOSullivan BZara, a young Irishman who seems to be marked for greatness but who cannot overcome his tragic flaw--depression and borderline personality disorder--to attain it.
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Review: O'Sullivan's OdysseyUser Review - Leslie Drew - Goodreads
This is a wonderful sweeping tale of O'Sullivan's journey of self understanding. His odyssey takes him from the potato famine in Ireland to America where he is pitted against his countrymen as a confederate soldier, fighting for a cause which he does not believe in. Read full review