Published: January 1986
His eleventh summer was the last one he would ever spend there – and it would be the one he never forgot.
Paul was left at the Red House when his mother died. There, caught between his grandmother’s love, his grandfather’s eccentricity and the changing landscape of Ireland itself, he began to find his way out of the innocence of childhood and into the complex and bewildering adult world.
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Co.Clare, Ennis, Lisdoonvarna, Grandparents, Coming-of-age, lost innocence, adolescence, Irish Books