- File Size: 2079 KB
- Print Length: 954 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 4, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079MDYVCF
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,406 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Tour Box Set: The Tour, Safe at the Edge of the World and The Story of Grenville King (The Conor O'Shea Series) Kindle Edition
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The Tour #1 - I never get tired of reading Ms. Grainger's books. This is another well written, heartwarming, funny, entertaining, intriguing story. The characters are realistic and run the gamut of personalities. Funny and sad and heartbreaking and uplifting things happen along the route, but the reader never wants to stop reading. The vivid descriptions of Ireland and its culture and its people and the scenery, including buildings, keep the reader immersed in the pages.
Safe at the Edge of the World #2 - What, this is a lot about a couple of Americans. But as I kept reading I forgot that I wanted to read more about Ireland. We still have all our favorite characters from The Tour and the two Americans find safety with the fellow tourists and the crew. Help comes from everywhere and this intense, intriguing story with its surprises is an exceptional book on its own. It was similar to works by Mario Puzo; substantial, heartwarming, heart wrenching and entertaining. Ms. Grainger is very talented in her craft.
The Story of Grenville King #3 - What an amazing collection of stories. No, it's one book but the intertwining stories of the many characters make this a rich, fulfilling, twisting, intriguing story. The characters are well developed, interesting and so real. The dialog is better than average. The plot goes on and on with new happenings, twists and turns. The emotions run the gamut: love, happiness, fear, sadness, hate and more.
This is the first book I've read of the Tour series and I didn't miss anything not having read the previous books. I've read several stories by this author and never have I been disappointed. This book is amazing, substantial and hard to put down. My review doesn’t do justice to this story. I’m glad I contacted the author to review her books.
The second book is a little mysterious. There is a couple on the tour that is a bit different. A man and wife? Maybe but the wife seems to be sick at every turn of the bus. The husband turns out to be a priest, he and his wife running from the Mafia. They think Ireland is the perfect place to hide. They will find out they are mistaken. Among the beautiful scenery of Ireland there is a mystery that holds your attention till the end.
The third in the series is The Story of Greenville King. In this book Conor has had enough of driving all over Ireland and wants to be closer to his wife and their twin boys. When a man from one of the tours passes away and leaves Conor a bit of money he and his business partner decide to buy an old Casthe and renovate it into a five star hotel. This hotel is a little different. They hear noises coming from the attic but nobody is there. On top of that his business partner is a beautiful woman and seems to be having problems. She loves to flirt and even though it is innocent Conor wife doesn't like it. While looking into the history of the castle Conor finds the history of the family that lived there many years ago has some secrets. This makes Conor look into the history of the family even more. What a story! It kept me up reading late into the night and looking forward to more of Conor O'Shea and all that surround him.
Ms Grainger has a way of telling a story so when you start reading you don't want to stop.