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Redemption Falls, 2007
12016-02-29T14:37:04-08:00Casey Max6394a90cb82849383c863cc9440fee0e37b83d1882205Other Work 11plain2016-03-14T13:29:51-07:00Casey Max6394a90cb82849383c863cc9440fee0e37b83d18Redemption Falls is a sequel to Star of the Sea, set 18 years after the events of the first novel, in 1865. It follows the story of Eliza Duane Mooney as she wanders across America searching for her younger her brother, who has entered the Civil War as a drummer boy. The novel is “a Dickensian tale of war and forgiveness, of strangers in a strange land, of love put to the ultimate test” (“Redemption Falls”), and was praised in The Guardian as “a major work of modern fiction from an astonishingly accomplished writer” (Eagleton).
Works Cited Eagleton, Terry. “Stars and Swipes.” The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Ltd., 4 May 2007. Web. 18 February 2016.
“Redemption Falls.” Joseph O’Connor. www.josephoconnorauthor.com, n.d. Web. 18 February 2016.
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