Prime Rainbow's End (Paragon Softcover Large Print Books)Author Katie Flynn –

I found that there were slightly characters in this novel than the usual Katie Flynn novel and found the leaping between two or three different families a bit confusing and found I had to refer to the back of the book every so often to keep myself right Overall I enjoyed though The Stories Of Two Very Different Girls Ellen, In Liverpool, Bringing Up Her Sister And Brothers Single Handedly And Maggie In The Dublin Tenements, Working For The Nolan Family And Falling In Love With Liam World War I Will Change Everything And Uncover A Link Between The Families Many characters, a bit confusing but not a bad read Unusual for a Katie Flynn book. Just starting this book nothing else on my shelves will see what it s like. Least favourite of this author so far. Uplifting Reminded me of my childhood in Bansha The story was brilliantly interwoven between the families and the historical side with the war and the cost of that, both physically and emotionally Lovely book. Feel good read Katie was extremely clever how she brought the two families together Even i cried when Maggie died A lovely read.