A pig escapes from its pen and roots up the garden of Kitty McCloud, a best-selling novelist who "corrects" the classics. What the obstreperous little pig unearths is evidence of a possible transgression that the novel's three Irish characters - the plagiarizing Kitty, her blood-feud rival Kieran, and a sexy swineherd named Lolly - are convinced the other has probably benefited from.
How this hilarious mystery is resolved inspires both comic eloquence and a theatrically colorful canvas depicting the brooding Irish land and seascape.
A fun story with interesting turns and twists, but like many other readers I had to put it down. The language is verbose and over written, I found myself thinking of other things while I was listening. You might want to read a sample of the prose before selecting this one. You'll either enjoy it or find the style impossible.
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It would depend who starred in it and was it made by Hollywood or a European Company.
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The book is beautifully written but the story just seemed silly. I really didn't care who killed Declin Toby.