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Cyril Avery is not a real Avery or at least that’s what his adoptive parents tell him And he never will be But if he isn’t a real Avery then who is he?Born out of wedlock to a teenage girl cast out from her rural Irish community and adopted by a well to do if eccentric Dublin couple via the intervention of a hunchbacked Redemptorist nun Cyril is adrift in the world anchored only tenuously by his heartfelt friendship with the infinitely glamourous and dangerous Julian WoodbeadAt the mercy of fortune and coincidence he will spend a lifetime coming to know himself and where he came from – and over his three score years and ten will struggle to discover an identity a home a country and much In this Boyne's most transcendent work to date we are shown the story of Ireland from the 1940s to today through the eyes of one ordinary man The Heart's Invisible Furies is a novel to make you laugh and cry while reminding us all of the redemptive power of the human spirit


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    Update If by some crazy reason you have missed this bookits a 199 kindle special today I actually have a phone call to make to make sure a friend buys it today Not a book to hesitate buying it at this price if you’ve not taken your turn reading it yet A PHENOMENAL READI finished this seconds ago THE BEST NOVEL of 2017It's not only a FAVORITE FAVORITEIt makes my top 10 BEST BOOKS in at least the last 5 or 6 years PHENOMENAL long lush perfectly escapist readI read this book SLOW I SERIOUSLY LOVED it soooooo MUCH I'm 'ga ga'goo goo' over this novel I'm sorry it's over I can't imagine starting another book THIS novel has EVERYTHING I want in a powerful saga AND MOREIt's set against the dramatic backdrop of Irish political cultural Catholic Church in Ireland in the 20th centuryI got a deeper experience about The Parliament of Ireland The Dial Eiereann TD Bankers oppression bigotry discrimination hostility towards gays and hostility towards Ireland THOUGHTS ABOUT IRELAND in the 40's 50's 60's There's not a nation on the face of the planet obsessed with sex A degenerate race No one talks about sex yet it's all they think about says one New Yorker character in the story Ireland is a backward place – – people with no empathy for anyone says a character in Amsterdam Belvedere College is a catholic college for boys The society of Jesus Its run by Jesuit priests Homosexuality was considered a sin Boys who are caught holding hands with another boywould result in being expelled from the school Gays were called 'nanny boys' 'perverts' 'fags' deviants etcThe author John Boyle really drives home for the reader what Dublin the Nation's Capital was like starting from the 40's with abusive Priests conniving churchman adulterous husband miserable bigots paupers who receive no help from the state a town filled with innocents and millionaires who suck the lifeblood from it We see the changes in Ireland through the years slowly ending in the year 2015 THIS IS A JUICY PAGE TURNING EMOTIONALLY riveting journey with FANTASTIC Memorable characterswith Incredibly non stop treasure STORYTELLING surprises ongoing ITS SO DAMN GREAT Funny shocking leaving the reader excited to see what's coming down the pipeline next I've pages and pages of highlighting notes on my kindle FEEL FREE TO READ THROUGH THEM I was so SPENT after reading this ALL DAY TODAYand much of yesterday that I'm now a little lazy to write a detail reviewBUT YOU DONT NEED IT It will be soooo enjoyable to discover all the many treasures GREAT DISCUSSION BOOKBECAUSE YOU'LL miss this novel so much when it ends you'll be excited to talk about it with other people I can't wait I laughed I cried I discussed while laughing this with my husband things like an ear a toe a thumb a syringe the scrotum or even remembering to comb your hair and remember where you are and what you've come here to do This will ALL HAVE MUCH MORE MEANING WHEN 'YOU' READ THE BOOK Lots of TALK about SEX A HOT TOPIC From Ireland to Amsterdam to New York back to IrelandI WAS NEVER BORED NEVER I didn't want the book to endMeet sexy handsome outgoing best friend Julian A 'charmer'woman and men flock to him Julian is Cyril's best friend Cyril is gay Julian is straight Cyril has an obsessive secret love crush for Julian Cyril fantasizes having sex with Julian Meet Good girl Mary Margaret Muffet FUNNY DIALOGUE in every scene she is inShe becomes Cyril's first fiancé Meet Alice who is left at the altar once She marries again even drama Meet Catherine Goggin manages a Tea cafe much to learn about this awesome powerhouse woman Meet Bastiaan A research scientist A doctor of communicable disease He's from Amsterdam and there is a love story I've only shared a few tidbits BUT NO SPOILERSITS THE BEST BEST BEST BOOK Once in Amsterdam visit galleries Books stores street artists enjoy cycling sightseeing the cultured life that Cyril didn't have in Dublin Sooo many wonderful scenes I HOPE this book becomes a movie and than that I hope it wins awards after awards after awards Highly HIGHLY recommended5 STRONG STARSThank You Crown Publishing Netgalley and John Boyne