In Their Dreams Of Fire

O'Callaghan, Maurice. In Their Dreams of Fire. Two hearts unite in the epic story of the birth of the Irish Nation. Dublin,

From 1919 to 1923 the Irish people fought a war to gain independence from British rule, where the Black and Tans were sent to crush the revolution by whatever brutal means necessary, followed by a bitter civil war, pitting brother against brother and friend against friend, ending with the devastation and partition of Ireland. Out of these historical events, Maurice O'Callaghan has written a novel of extraordinary power and pathos, dramatic and precise in its depiction of landscape and dialogue, of life physical and emotional, and gargantuan in its conception of the wider cultural and political implications for Ireland and its long and troubled association with Great Britain. Here history's vanguard flows seamlessly, propelled by storytelling organic and profound.

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