4 edition of Tara Road found in the catalog.
Thanks to a chance phone call, Ria from Dublin and Marilyn from New England switch houses for the summer with extraordinary results when they are drawn into lifestyles vastly different from their own.
|Series||Oprah"s book club|
|LC Classifications||PR6052.I7728 T37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||648 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||648|
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“A tender novel of the pleasures and pitfalls of friendship Tara Road is an ultramodern love story for women, about women, between women that is sure to delight.” —Newsday “Difficult to put down!” —Denver Post “One of Binchy's best.” —Kirkus Reviews From the Inside Flap/5().
A moving story rendered with the deft touch of a master artisan, "Tara Road" is Maeve Binchy at her very best — utterly beautiful, hauntingly unforgettable, entirely original, and wholly enjoyable. Online Stores Book Depository. Better World Books. Paperback, pages. Published July 18th by Dell (first published ) More Details /5.
Based on the Maeve Binchy novel, the movie Tara Road reveals the lives of two women--living on opposite sides of the world--who decide to "trade lives." The Irish woman, Ria Lynch, is played by Olivia Williams; she assumes her life is going well, but then at the most inopportune time, her husband leaves her for his pregnant girlfriend/5(72).
Tara Road, her first full-length novel since The Glass Lake, again shows her incomparable understanding of the human heart in the tale of two women, one from Ireland, one from America, who switch lives, and in doing so learn much about each other, as well as much about themselves.
“A tender novel of the pleasures and pitfalls of friendship Tara Road is an ultramodern love story for women, about women, between women that is sure to delight.” —Newsday “Difficult to put down!” —Denver Post “One of Binchy’s best.” —Kirkus Reviews.
When Danny Lynch and his young bride-to-be Ria Norris buy No. 16, a large, derelict Victorian house, Tara Road is a rundown Dublin street. Lovingly restored, the house soon becomes a gathering place as neighbors stop by to chat, help out, or eat one of Ria's delicious meals.