Fans of Patrick Taylor’s best-selling Irish Country novels know Dr. Fingal Flahertie O’Reilly as the irascible senior partner of a general practice in the colourful Irish village of Ballybucklebo. But there was a time, shortly after arriving in Ballybucklebo, that Dr. O'Reilly was not widely accepted by the villagers. This touching short story tell of how O'Reilly, with a little help, began to overcome their objections.
Whether you're visiting for the first time, or you're a long-time resident, you'll enjoy this fun glimpse into life in Patrick Taylor's village of Ballybucklebo.
©2013 Ballybucklebo Stories Corp. (P)2013 Macmillan Audio
It provided a little more background
At first I thought oh a short after thought, but I was wrong. I would purchase this again to add more background for the series. Thank you for writing this.
I love the characters in this series. Taylor does a great job of making the stories come alive. I think I am in Bally Buckle Bo when I listen. John jesting is a fabulous reader.
I am an artist, lover of books. Love reading or listening to a good book. I live on the East Coast of Canada with an awesome ocean view.
Have listened to the first few in the series. It's great to get back ground on where Fingal came from and how his early days in town were.
I am committed and enthusiastic to read and/or listen to Taylor's work. Being in a location that cannot yet receive internet access, I thoroughly enjoy audiobooks and podcasts downloaded in town. In this way I can still feel connected to the service of online access to resources not readily available in our regional library.
I enjoy this genre, and the author's work. In comparison to the longer works of Taylor, I was not as satisfied. No author, I expect, can universally satisfy the devoted follower when the format changes so drastically from other successful work, in the eyes of this reader.
The reader and the reading were up to par with the other works, and equally satisfying in presentation/delivery.
No, not as successfully as Taylor's other works. Players would, of course, depend on the extent of the commitment to other works that would require a longer-term commitment to the roles. I would not necessarily drive the selection by stars firstly. I would recommend that those, known or unknown who wish to portray the roles be given full run to embrace the characters.
Keep up the good work.
I Love all these books. My complaint is always the same... why isn't it longer. These books are like putting on your favorite sweater. warm comfortable happy!
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ok, so the book was written by patrick taylor ...it can't be all bad. sorry, but the story is just boring ... have read this author's other books, which are very likeable. this one i would skip.
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