New York Times
This beautiful and intimate work is filled with Friel?s characteristic poetic lilt and devilish humor.
A poignant tale of two teenagers, Mag and Joe, who live in Ballymore, a poor rural town in Northern Ireland. They spend a summer day in 1966 discussing their graduation from school, gossiping about the townsfolk of Ballymore and planning their upcoming wedding. Friel weaves together evocative language, Irish humor and a sweet sadness. Original and traditional Irish music included.
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