Twisted Agendas

Twisted Agendas A highly topical novel about terrorism influenced by the author s childhood in s s Northern IrelandDesperate to escape his predetermined existence Danny decides to break out from life in Nort

  • Title: Twisted Agendas
  • Author: Damian McNicholl
  • ISBN: 9781908248022
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • A highly topical novel about terrorism influenced by the author s childhood in 1960s 1970s Northern IrelandDesperate to escape his predetermined existence, Danny decides to break out from life in Northern Ireland, and move to London He then meets Piper, a friendly and outgoing American girl on a quest of her own Two very different worlds are thrown together as Danny is wA highly topical novel about terrorism influenced by the author s childhood in 1960s 1970s Northern IrelandDesperate to escape his predetermined existence, Danny decides to break out from life in Northern Ireland, and move to London He then meets Piper, a friendly and outgoing American girl on a quest of her own Two very different worlds are thrown together as Danny is willingly absorbed into unfamiliar territory However, the Hammersmith Bridge is then bombed, Piper disappears without a trace, and Danny finds himself the center of a police investigation, hounded by whispers of the IRA Dark, yet humorous, Danny and Piper s story is one of dysfunctional parenting, clashing motives, and 20 somethings negotiating love and big city life.

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    1. I got a lovely e-mail from the author of this book asking if we would mind reading and reviewing it for our website, 'gladly' I replied and I’m very glad I did as it’s a great book…. You meet Danny who feels trapped in Ireland, his life mapped out for him by his demanding father, a life Danny has no desire to live. He has a girlfriend who he has some how found himself engaged to He has to break free and find out who he is….Fast forward to a boat ride from Ireland to England. Danny meets [...]

    2. Instantly forgettable. Here I am, less than a week from reading it and we don't have to worry me revealing the great twist at the end of the book.I don't remember there being one.What I do remember is a reasonable start as Irish Danny leaves behind the life chosen for him and heads for London. He meets an Amerian, Pipper, on the boat and before you know it, he is living at her gaff.As you do.He then moves in with a lesbian, up the road.As you do.Then there is a shotgun in a wardrobe and a bomb g [...]

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