Mr Lynchs Holiday

Mr Lynchs Holiday BOOKS Mr Lynchs Holiday Catherine OFlynn Paletterie2000.eu Welcome To Lomaverde A New Spanish Utopia For Those Seeking Their Place In The Sun Now A Ghost Town Where Feral Cats Outnumber The Handful Of Anxious Residents A Place Of Empty Pools, Long Afternoons And Unrelenting Sunshine.Here, Widowed Midlands Bus Driver Dermot Lynch Turns Up One Bright Morning He S Come To Visit His Son Eammon And His Girlfriend, Laura Except Eammon Never Opened Dermot S Letter Announcing His Trip Just Like He Can T Quite Get Out Of Bed, Or Fix Anything, Or Admit Laura Has Left Him.Though Neither Father Nor Son Knows Quite What To Make Of The Other, Lomaverde S Brits Roger And Cheryl, Becca And Iain See In Dermot A Shot Of Fresh Blood Someone To Enliven Their Goat Hunting Trips, Their Paranoid Speculations, The Endless Barbecuing And Bickering.As Dermot And Eammon Gradually Reveal To One Another The Truth About Why Each Left Home, Both Get Drawn Further Into The Bizarre Rituals Of Ex Pat Life, Where They Uncover A Shocking Secret At The Community S Heart.Mr Lynch S Holiday Is About How Families Fracture And Heal Themselves And Explores How Living Abroad Can Feel Less Like A Holiday And Like A Life Sentence.

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Mr Lynchs Holiday
  • Catherine O'Flynn
  • English
  • 21 April 2017
  • 0670918563

10 thoughts on “Mr Lynchs Holiday

  1. says:

    I often think of Catherine O Flynn s superb debut What Was Lost a captivating, poignant mystery about a missing teenage girl Mr Lynch s Holiday is her third novel and my GR pal Canadian Reader recently reminded me of its existence with an excellent review I plucked it from my teetering TBR pile last week, so as to reacquaint myself with this writer s indubitable talents.Things are not going well for Eamonn Lynch A few years back, he and his partner Laura dropped everything to begin a new l I often think of Catherine O Flynn s superb debut What Was Lost a captivating, poignant mystery about a missing teenage girl Mr Lynch s Holiday is her third novel and my GR pal Canadian Reader recently reminded me of its existence with an excellent review I plucked it from my teetering TBR pile last week, so as to reacquaint myself with this writer s indubitable talents.Things are not going well for Eamonn Lynch A few years back, he and his partner Laura dropped everything to begin a new life in Lomaverde, a luxury n...

  2. says:

    O Flynn is a wonderful writer In Mr Lynch s Holiday, she artfully explores the relationship between a recently bereaved father in his seventies and his thirty something son, Eamonn, whose wife, Laura, has recently returned to her childhood home in England to think things through A few years back, the young couple had left gloomy, drizzly Birmingham for sunny Spain, but the builders of the hastily constructed, Bauhaus styled housing estate they settled in went bust, and many of the dwellings O Flynn is a wonderful writer In Mr Lynch s Holiday, she artfully explores the relationship between a recently bereaved father in his seventies and his thirty something son, Eamonn, whose wife, Laura, has recently returned to her childhood home in England to think things through A few years back, the young couple had left gloomy, drizzly Birmingham for sunny Spain, but the builders of the hastily constructed, Bauhaus styled housing estate they settled in went bust, and many of the dwellings have never been occupied The locals may be hostile someone is dropping loads of used disposable diapers on the road into the ex pat community, and lurid red paint is being splashed onto the walls within it , the estate s pool has drained and become home to a colony of feral cats, and the corpses of African migrants have recently washed up on a nearby beach The once lovely blue sea and sky vistas and...

  3. says:

    Exceptional talented writer, unique stories You have to get used to them, but they grow on you, I find I had the same experience with the other two books I read from this writer A smile and a tear If a book does that to you, and this one did, it s a four star for me It s about Dermott Lynch, a retired Irish busdriver who flies out to Lombaverde in Spain, after his wife died, to visit his son who started living there with his girlfriend working remotely as online editors The new life When Exceptional talented writer, unique stories You have to get used to them, but they grow on you, I find I had the same experience with the other two books I read from this writer A smile and a tear If a book does that to you, and this one did, it s a four star for me It s ab...

  4. says:

    Reading other reviews, I can t help feeling this book is underrated by many I enjoyed both of Catherine O Flynn s previous books, but I think she reaches new heights here Ignore the Daily Fail s claim that she s a comic genius yes, there are funny incidents and characters, but this novel is farthan social comedy O Flynn is a very worth successor to Jonathan Coe in her ability to combine humour and pathos, often in the same sentence.The setting is one that s very familiar to me, and Reading oth...

  5. says:

    Catherine O Flynn is a fine writer with an ability to take the ordinary and make it fresh, funny and moving A retired bus driver decides on a surprise visit of his son in Spain The son is marooned in a housing development that has subsequently gone bankrupt and is at loss with what to do in his life On the face of it is all a little mundane, pragmatic salt of the earth father sets out to rescue helpless university educated son with his struggles What makes it such an enjoyable read is the te Catherine O Flynn is a fine writer with an ability to take the ordinary and make it fresh, funny and moving A retired bus driver decides on a surprise visit of his son in Spain The son is marooned in a housing development that has subsequently gone bankrupt and is at loss with what to do in his life On the face of it is all a little mundane, pragmatic salt of the earth father sets out to rescue helpless university educated son with his struggles What makes i...

  6. says:

    This is my first reading of Ms O Flynn s work, and I found it an incredible blend of insight, and humor It deals with several subjects that continue to confound us as we age Feeling of being disconnected with our lives, feelings of having made terrible choices that we can t rise above, feelings of having lost our closest family members over time, inability to cope with actual loss The author brings such a refreshing, reassuring viewpoint to the ageless mystery of fathers and sons, she held m This is my first reading of Ms O Flynn s work, and I found it an incredible blend of insight, and humor It deals with several subjects that continue to confound us as we age Feeling of bei...

  7. says:

    This is the sort of novel that sneaks up on you and steals its way into your heart, without warning Set in a crumbling Spanish housing development encased in foreigners dreams, this novel tells the story of father and son Dermot Lynch, a retired Birmingham bus driver, has gone on vacation to visit his only son, Eamonn.Without being prepared for his father s arrival, Eamonn doesn t have time to make excuses to prevent his father s unexpected visit Meanwhile his life is falling apart His hous This is the sort of novel that sneaks up on you and steals its way into your heart, without warning Set in a crumbling Spanish housing development encased in foreigners dreams, this novel tells the story of father and son Dermot Lynch, a retired Birmingham bus driver, has gone on vacation to visit his only son, Eamonn.Without being prepared for his father s arrival, Eamonn doesn t have time to make excuses to prevent his father s unexpected visit Meanwhile his life is falling apart His housing complex has been left unfinished by developers, his neighbors are few and mostly worth avoiding ...

  8. says:

    A wonderful, charming read by the funny, talented and wise Catherine O Flynn Eamonn s wife Laura has left him and returned to England to rethink their relationship Left him alone in their near empty new development home in Spain, surrounded by unfinished houses, current residents unable to sell after the corrupt developers left everyone in the lurch Eamonn s father Dermot has recently buried his wife Kathleen, Eamonn s mother Dermot spent his life as a bus driver in Birmingham and decides to A wonderful, charming read by the funny, talented and wise Catherine O Flynn Eamonn s wife Laura has left him and returned to England to rethink their relationship Left him alone in their near empty new development home in Spain, surrounded by unfinished houses, current residents unable to sell after the corrupt developers left everyone in the lurch Eamonn s father Dermot has recently buried his wife Kathleen, Eamonn s mother Dermot spent his life as a bus driver in Birmingham and decides to go to Spain...

  9. says:

    I loved Mr Lynch s Holiday by Catherine O Flynn but I didn t love the beginning It was so depressing that I wondered if I could finish the book But I am very glad that I did The author slowly developed a tale of family relationships that did not work Dermot Lynch, a retiree and recent widower who lives in the U.K decides to a take a trip to see his son who lives in Spain.Dermot s son, Eamonn lives in a development that has been abandoned by the builders and investors Eamonn feels lost in I loved Mr Lynch s Holiday by Catherine O Flynn but I didn t love the beginning It was so depressing that I wondered if I cou...

  10. says:

    This is kind of a sleeper of a novel On one level it is the story of a father and son trying to reconnect By locating the story in a half finished vacation development in Spain torpedoed by the great recession, it is also a document of the hopes and aspirations of middle class people to have it all The other story lurking within is about who is an immigrant and what that means Dermot immigrates to to Birmingham in the 1950s from Ireland and works as a bus driver until retirement A recent wi This is kind of a sleeper of a novel On one level it is the story of a father and son trying to reconnect By locating the story in a half finished vacation development in Spain torpedoed by the great recession, it is also a document of the hopes and aspirations of middle class people to have it all The other story lurking within is about who is an immigrant and what that means Dermot immigrates to to Birmingham in the 1950s from Ireland and works as a bus driver until retirement A recent widower with one adult son, he journey to Spain for his first visit abroad He finds his son Eamonn , who with his wife Laura immigrated to Spain, recently abandoned by his wife and living in his pajamas, sleeping most of the time when...

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