Quentins

Quentins

Book - 2002
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Can the story of a generation and a city be told through the history of a restaurant? Quentin's in Dublin has many tales to tell: tales of love, betrayal and revenge. Here we meet again characters from Binchy's novels, as well as intriguing new people.
Publisher: Toronto : McArthur & Company, c2002.
ISBN: 9781552783085
1552783081
Characteristics: 352 p. :,ill.

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mckeett
Oct 26, 2017

As with all her books, utterly forgettable when you are done but hard to put down when you are reading it. She is a good storyteller, but in the end her stories are just pulp fiction with little to take away.

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mogie
Oct 04, 2013

Typical Binchy writing. I found the lead- Ella a particularly stupid character, though. It was slow to start and then picked up. Some characters from other books make appearances.

midg Jan 14, 2013

Very readable,Ive enjoyed all of her books read so far, They are not ,as I was told, just for middle aged women.

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