All Those Things Revealed In Ireland s ancient traditions are under attack including the most controversial one of all that of the Priest Woman or Cail n an Tsagairt Constanza Delamar lives in a part of Ireland where

  • Title: All Those Things Revealed
  • Author: M. Maureen O'Callaghan
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  • In 1822, Ireland s ancient traditions are under attack, including the most controversial one of all, that of the Priest Woman, or Cail n an Tsagairt Constanza Delamar lives in a part of Ireland where ancient traditions are viewed with nostalgia, by people who are eager to move beyond them A personal tragedy changes her life and she finds herself in a remote village where In 1822, Ireland s ancient traditions are under attack, including the most controversial one of all, that of the Priest Woman, or Cail n an Tsagairt Constanza Delamar lives in a part of Ireland where ancient traditions are viewed with nostalgia, by people who are eager to move beyond them A personal tragedy changes her life and she finds herself in a remote village where these traditions are still a way of life When a parish priest suddenly arrives to challenge the village s traditional priest and condemn his Priest Woman the village is turned against itself Constanza suddenly finds herself confronting and then defending the most controversial of traditions The mounting tensions in the village culminate in a devastating event with long term consequences for all those involved Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 281 pages Published December 8th 2017 by M Maureen O Callaghan More Details ASIN B0782387LR Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Win a Copy of This Book All Those Things Revealed by M Maureen OCallaghan Author Release date Dec 17, 2017 In 1822, Ireland s ancient traditions are under attack, including the most controversial one of all, that of the Priest Woman, or Cail n an Tsagairt In 1822, Ireland s ancient traditions are under attack, including the most controversial one of all, that of the Priest Woman, or Cail n an Tsagairt Constanza Delamar lives in a part of Ireland where ancient traditions are viewed with nostalgia, by people who are eager to move beyond them A personal tragedy changes her life and she finds herself in a remote village where these traditions are still a way of life When a parish priest suddenly arrives to challenge the village s traditional priest and condemn his Priest Woman the village is turned against itself Constanza suddenly finds herself confronting and then defending the most controversial of traditions.The mounting tensions in the village culminate in a devastating event with long term consequences for all those involved Enter Giveaway Format

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Sep 16, 2018 Finley rated it really liked it Shelves giveaways, favorites I received an ebook copy of this book for free through a giveaway hosted on GoodReads.All Those Things Revealed is a fascinating look at Irish religious tradition, told through the scope of a woman whose personal struggles in many ways reflect those felt by her neighbors, and particularly the religious figures who try to uphold old beliefs deemed blasphemous by the greater Catholic population It begins with Constanza, a fifteen year old young woman, in a happy and modestly prosperous family He I received an ebook copy of this book for free through a giveaway hosted on GoodReads.All Those Things Revealed is a fascinating look at Irish religious tradition, told through the scope of a woman whose personal struggles in many ways reflect those felt by her neighbors, and particularly the religious figures who try to uphold old beliefs deemed blasphemous by the greater Catholic population It begins with Constanza, a fifteen year old young woman, in a happy and modestly prosperous family Her father is a well known and respected builder, and his near constant work allows the family to have a larger home, and a fairly relaxed lifestyle compared to many However, when her drunkard uncle begin living with the family, his actions set in motion events that will change Constanza s life forever She and her family are suddenly uprooted from their home by a faraway job, and the carefree relationship she held with her family is shattered, as Constanza is blamed for events which are beyond her control And although she meets many friends in her new home, she also bears witness to a number of tragedies as well She also learns much about the old traditions of Ireland, particularly that of the Priest Woman, a priest s wife who bears the shame of a community torn between what has always been and what they are forced to accept by foreign religious doctorine.I loved this book so much Constanza s story broke my heart on many occasions, but her inner strength and refusal to bow down to even the most forceful of unfair demands Her insistence to do what is right and fair, even if she risks punishment and shunning for doing so, makes her into a great and memorable character The book is also full of fascinating history of the Irish traditions that would make anyone interested in the country or in old tradition hooked Further, the way that Constanza s own struggles with bearing unfair shame and scorn mirror the outside world, where her neighbors shame a the Priest Woman Una for her supposedly adulterous relationships because they feel guilt over their own decision to regent the old for religious approval, is masterful, and really pulls the narrative and the history together in a way that made the story fly by.The only reason I cannot give this story a full five stars in that, while the narrative is near perfect, the technical aspects are not As was mentioned by prior reviews, the author overuses commas, placing multiple in each sentence and breaking up the phrases in a patchy manner Further, though not bad enough to be a distraction, I did notice that the word adulterous adjective, relating to or involving adultery was used at least twice in place of the word adulteress noun, a woman who commits adultery Also, while I did find the information about Ireland s traditions interesting, they were dumped upon the reader as part of aside explanations, rather than woven into the narrative itself, which caused them to drag a bit However, this is forgivable to an extent, as it was often done in the form of Constazna explaining things to her daughter as part of the story she is telling So, while it does seem sudden and narrative breaking from a reader standpoint, it is a realistic portrayal of verbal storytelling.Honestly, all of the mistakes were ones that could be easily corrected by some extra revision, and the good parts of this book far outweigh the bad It is a great book, and a must read for anyone who enjoys stories and histories of Ireland, especially in how it was shaped by its religious beliefs and how those beliefs were in turn shaped by outside invading forces It was a fun and informative read, and I would not hesitate to read another story like it in the future flag 1 likeLike see review Sep 27, 2018 Delia Jones rated it really liked it I won this ebook in a giveaway I enjoyed the book The majority of it is written in the past, a story being told by a mother to her daughter It reflected many of the views of the time in the early 1800s in Ireland Females roles in society, blame for sexual assault are a few examples There was a part about the Priest Women, who were the wives of priests that I found interesting As someone fascinated by history, I tried to do a bit of searching about this, but to no avail I don t I won this ebook in a giveaway I enjoyed the book The majority of it is written in the past, a story being told by a mother to her daughter It reflected many of the views of the time in the early 1800s in Ireland Females roles in society, blame for sexual assault are a few examples There was a part about the Priest Women, who were the wives of priests that I found interesting As someone fascinated by history, I tried to do a bit of searching about this, but to no avail I don t know if this is the fiction portion of this historical novel Overall the book had decent flow Towards the end of the novel did I find it move way too quickly, almost as if the author ran out of words time The conclusion didn t fit in as well felt clumsily tagged on the end I do think the author has great potential and with a bit of polishing will write many great books flag 1 likeLike see review May 13, 2018 Jeff Underwood rated it liked it BansheeI enjoyed this book I liked its flow I learned from it too I didn t realize a banshee was female And even though the author didn t edit well and waaaay overused commas and repeated words continuously, there was a hypnotic rhythm to that too The beginning was a bit befudling but the plot of a family history well told and surprise ancestry tying the knot at the end was worth any other flaws The Irish religious traditions, though sadly restrictive and tediously complex, were very inter BansheeI enjoyed this book I liked its flow I learned from it too I didn t realize a banshee was female And even though the author didn t edit well and waaaay overused commas and repeated words continuously, there was a hypnotic rhythm to that too The beginning was a bit befudling but the plot of a family history well told and surprise ancestry tying the knot at the end was worth any other flaws The Irish religious traditions, though sadly restrictive and tediously complex, were very interesting too The female repression drew me in strongly as the heroine was utterly wrongly blamed for a sexual act of an uncle I have it a three star than anything else to encourage the author to keep writing better editing please as she has much potential It was fun Thank you flag Like see review Nov 17, 2018 Eric rated it really liked it Shelves memoir, giveaways Well told taleof lives in Ireland over two generations over the turn of the 19th century Note Received in a Giveaway in exchange for an honest review I m curious how the book came to be diaries and oral traditions of ancestors of the author library researches cc I agree with other reviewers that the many misspellings and grammatical errors cause reading hiccups that could have simply been avoided by having someone else, a good copy editor, go over the book with a fi Well told taleof lives in Ireland over two generations over the turn of the 19th century Note Received in a Giveaway in exchange for an honest review I m curious how the book came to be diaries and oral traditions of ancestors of the author library researches cc I agree with other reviewers that the many misspellings and grammatical errors cause reading hiccups that could have simply been avoided by having someone else, a good copy editor, go over the book with a fine toothed eye, why did this not happen flag Like see review Oct 18, 2018 Ramona rated it really liked it I would like to thank , Kindle and Ms o Callaghan for a story that looks to my heritage Call me nostalgic Thanks for a great little read dealing with all kinds of issues that make you think abouyt how far we have come Tnanks flag Like see review Sep 16, 2018 Beverly rated it liked it Shelves giveaway I liked the story, but I didn t like all the history that was thrown in there I mean, I love history I really do and I m fascinated with history This story would have been fine without quite so much of it in detail It all came together in the end though flag Like see review Aug 19, 2018 Mary Nee rated it liked it review of another edition A fun easy book to read You will enjoy it flag Like see review Oct 15, 2018 Kathy Webb rated it really liked it I won this Kindle Edition book in a giveaway from GoodReads thank you to everyone involved.This book is about Ireland s ancient traditions full of history great for history lovers flag Like see review Lauren Falleti rated it liked it Jul 16, 2018 Kevin Buxton rated it it was amazing Jan 23, 2019 Dolores Perkins rated it really liked it Apr 10, 2018 Mary Rehling rated it really liked it Jun 17, 2018 Cati Bedsworth rated it it was amazing Oct 27, 2018 marianne hubbard rated it really liked it Apr 21, 2018 Suzanne Furney rated it really liked it Nov 24, 2018 Vicky rated it really liked it Oct 03, 2018 Catherine rated it liked it Apr 09, 2018 mary whitney rated it it was amazing Feb 18, 2018 Annamaria So s rated it it was amazing Mar 28, 2018 Janet M Kelly rated it really liked it Mar 26, 2018 Marian Jenkins rated it really liked it Feb 09, 2018 Jennelle Henderson rated it really liked it 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    1. I received an ebook copy of this book for free through a giveaway hosted on GoodReads.All Those Things Revealed is a fascinating look at Irish religious tradition, told through the scope of a woman whose personal struggles in many ways reflect those felt by her neighbors, and particularly the religious figures who try to uphold old beliefs deemed blasphemous by the greater Catholic population It begins with Constanza, a fifteen year old young woman, in a happy and modestly prosperous family He I [...]


    2. I won this ebook in a giveaway I enjoyed the book The majority of it is written in the past, a story being told by a mother to her daughter It reflected many of the views of the time in the early 1800s in Ireland Females roles in society, blame for sexual assault are a few examples There was a part about the Priest Women, who were the wives of priests that I found interesting As someone fascinated by history, I tried to do a bit of searching about this, but to no avail I don t I won this ebook [...]


    3. BansheeI enjoyed this book I liked its flow I learned from it too I didn t realize a banshee was female And even though the author didn t edit well and waaaay overused commas and repeated words continuously, there was a hypnotic rhythm to that too The beginning was a bit befudling but the plot of a family history well told and surprise ancestry tying the knot at the end was worth any other flaws The Irish religious traditions, though sadly restrictive and tediously complex, were very inter Bansh [...]


    4. Well told taleof lives in Ireland over two generations over the turn of the 19th century Note Received in a Giveaway in exchange for an honest review I m curious how the book came to be diaries and oral traditions of ancestors of the author library researches cc I agree with other reviewers that the many misspellings and grammatical errors cause reading hiccups that could have simply been avoided by having someone else, a good copy editor, go over the book with a fi Well told taleof lives in Ir [...]


    5. I would like to thank , Kindle and Ms o Callaghan for a story that looks to my heritage Call me nostalgic Thanks for a great little read dealing with all kinds of issues that make you think abouyt how far we have come Tnanks


    6. I liked the story, but I didn t like all the history that was thrown in there I mean, I love history I really do and I m fascinated with history This story would have been fine without quite so much of it in detail It all came together in the end though.



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