“In The Light of Other Days” by Margaret O’Donoghue Sullivan
“In the Light of Other Days” is an autobiography from Margaret O’Donoghue Sullivan and documents her childhood growing up in rural Ireland.
Margaret lived on a farm with her parents and siblings and the love and importance of family was at the heart of this. The book contains fondly recalled events and stories during the author’s childhood as well as detailing the changing face of farming during the industrialisation of Ireland and of Ireland’s rich history, infused with evocative poetry.
The book is available in Wordsworth Millstreet, Easons bookshop Killarney, Eagers bookshop Killarney, Amazon. It’s a great read for adults and also for children.
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Is this book still available in Ireland? It is out of print in the US. Seven of the twelve O’Donoghues came to the US. I’m the daughter of one of Margaret’s first cousins. My grandmother was an older sister to Roger O’Donoghue and I would love to get a copy. Let me know. Thank you.
They are offering 2 second hand books and one new.