Almost There begins at that moment when Nuala O'Faolain's life began to change. It tells the story of a life in subtle, radical, and unforeseen renewal. It is a tale of good fortune chasing out bad - of an accidental harvest of happiness. But it is also a provocative examination of one woman's experience of the "crucible of middle age."
"Honest & Endearing"
Nuala O'Faolain first entered the literary scene with her best selling memoir, Are You Somebody?. In her recently released first novel, My Dream of You, travel writer Kathleen de Burca returns to Ireland after a 30-year absence to investigate a true story about a scandalous affair during the potato famine. Hear an interview with author.
When Nuala O'Faolain was asked to write a 500-word introduction to a collection of her best-known political columns, that "introduction" grew to nearly 200 pages, evolving as a startlingly candid memoir that chronicled many of the abuses of Irish society, and tore at the emotional fabric of her homeland.
Award-winning memoirist and New York Times best-selling author Nuala O'Faolain branches into new territory with her biography of the infamous Irish-American prostitute and thief Chicago May. O'Faolain uses May's autobiography, primary sources from the turn of the 19th century, and her own experience as an Irishwoman to bring May and all her heartache, deception, and violence to life.
"The Story of Chicago May (Unabridged)"
Von der Sinnlichkeit des Augenblicks, von der Einsamkeit, vom Suchen und Finden der Liebe...