The Blonde, The Buddha and The Claddagh is a mix of the familiar chick-lit and self-help literature. It draws on credible characters and all too familiar dilemmas. This book highlights the teachings – old and new that are always available to us, when we are ready to learn.
This book offers escapism but also offers insight into human psychology and behaviour – all done in a subtle but entertaining way.
Some people take secrets to the grave. Others must part with theirs in order to save someone they love. However sometimes the outcome is not what we sometimes intend and it becomes too late to take back what we share.
This book will have you playing tug-of-war, between the past and the present, the old and the new, and love and hate.
The pages will draw you into the lives of characters you will grow to love and hate. As you read this book you will want to dip your feet in the waters that surround the Claddagh or drive to the rugged Connemara coast and cross the sand bridge to the tidal island that is Omey. You will want to walk in the footsteps of the people who you will get to know in these pages. You will nearly hear them calling your name and you will want to call out theirs.
The Blonde, The Buddha, The Claddagh is a book that will stay with you forever. Some people come and go in our lives but most of these characters will leave an imprint in your heart and in your mind.
Outside the ideas of wrong and right, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
The Blonde The Buddha The Claddagh – available from Dubray Books & The Clifden Bookshop