Ireland has always been on the top of my “I want to visit8/12/2021, 4:17:21 PM
Ireland has always been on the top of my “I want to visit someday” list. As a kid this was 100% because of all the fairy and folklore that I read and I was certain that my chances of encountering the fae would be higher in Ireland. (kid logic) But the longing has carried through to my adult years and I still want to go. (and I still want to meet a faerie) . So when "The Daughters of Ireland" arrived unexpectedly on my doorstep, I was 100% intrigued just by the title alone. ha. But a quick spin on Goodreads showed me that it’s got high ratings AND the second in a trilogy, and it looks like it can be read as a standalone (even though obviously reading the first book enhances the whole experience. Can anyone confirm this for me??) . Where are some places you want to visit someday? I would also love to visit India and love reading books that take place there. (Book travel is the best I can do at the moment. ha) . Synopsis in comments because it's so long!