All the Walls of Belfast

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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Turner
Publish Date
Pages
264
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.7 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781684422524
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About the Author

Sarah Carlson lives in New York City, and is a self-described educator, writer, Francophile, and dedicated auntie. She has taught English as a second language, reading and writing, and history around the world, and she holds degrees in French, gender and women's studies, and education. This is her first children's book, and she hopes to continue writing and publishing books about her niece.

Reviews

All the Walls of Belfast is the gripping story of courage and redemption in turbulent post-conflict Northern Ireland. Brilliantly written, this vivid fiction meets reality novel reveals how two teens navigate life with the fallout of their parents' actions. - Angie Stanton, award winning author of Waking in Time


All the Walls of Belfast is a powerful story about how the stones our parents throw in the past make ripples in our futures. Fiona and Danny's distinct voices weave a colorful tapestry of modern-day Belfast that will stick with readers for a long, long time.- Christina June, Author of Everywhere You Want to Be


[All the Walls of Belfast] is fast-paced, compelling, and unputdownable...This is a story that transcends the scope of the plot and characters and speaks deeply to the needs of our broken world. I can't recommend it enough! - Jodi Herlick, Author and WriteMentor Mentor


Compassionate, honest, and hopeful, All The Walls of Belfast celebrates the power of first love to build bridges and scale walls. - Marie Marquardt, Author of Dream Things True (St. Martin's Griffin, 2015), The Radius of Us (St. Martin's Griffin, 2017) & Flight Season (St. Martins/ Wednesday Books, 2/20/18)


"I loved it! The story kept building and building as I was falling deeper and deeper for these characters, Danny and Fiona, the Romeo and Juliet of Belfast...a stellar debut!" -- Jessie Ann Foley, award-winning author of The Carnival at Bray (Elephant Rock)


"...a young adult romance with real meaning behind it...a welcome addition to the genre." --Foreword Reviews


"An endearing story full of pain, love, and strength." --Booklist