All-New, All-Different book to come to Ireland next month is the novel All-in-One, by Jules Wainwright.
The first of the new novels is set in 1877 in an old Dublin pub called The Old Dubliner, and its protagonist, a woman called Sarah, has just given birth.
She has two young children, but she has lost one to a stroke.
In the aftermath of that tragedy, she becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to her.
Her search leads her into a world of vampires, wizards and ghosts.
She finds herself in an eerie place with strange creatures and people.
She finds herself at the centre of a battle between the two forces of evil: the dark lord of the dead, a mysterious organisation called the Necromancer, and Sarah’s estranged husband, the handsome and charismatic Thomas.
Thomas’s father is an experienced magician who can conjure a spirit of some sort to aid him in his spells.
His father’s magic is a gift from the dead.
But when the Necromancers begin to gain a hold of him, they use the spirit to control Thomas.
As she begins to explore her new life, Sarah must face her fears and discover her true nature. Read more This is the first time that a new novel by Wainwyll has been published in Ireland in the last 25 years.
Wainwylds novel is a tale of a woman who is forced to confront her past, a world she never imagined existed.
She is haunted by the memory of a terrible and violent battle in her past.
This novel has been nominated for the Bantam Prize.
It is the second book Wainwyrll has published in this category.
Wirelle’s book was nominated for a Hugo Award and the American Book Award.
The Irish Times article is from April 18th.
The Irish Independent article is from April 18 A new book from Jules’ author is coming to Ireland this June.
Jules Wilews latest novel, All In One, is set at an old, dilapidated Dublin pub in the early 19th century.
It tells the story of a young woman named Sarah who, after having a son, is forced into the role of a nurse and a stay-at-home mother.
The novel, based on the novel of the same name by L. R. James, is a gripping account of the struggle for survival as a young mother.
It’s set in a Victorian-era pub and has been translated by Laura MacLellan, a former Guardian writer, into several languages.
Read more This is Jules debut novel, and he is also author of the bestselling The Girl Who Saved the World, about the lives of three teenagers in a remote village in Australia who, over a period of time, learn to recognise their own mortality.
The novel was adapted into a film in 2017.
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