Ashes of Fiery Weather: A Novel by Kathleen Donohoe

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Ashes of Fiery Weather: A Novel

'“Breathtaking . . . The child of a family of Irish-American firefighters, the author shows how tradition, sorrow, and love of the old country bind these lives together. Her depiction of 9/11 is by far one of the best fiction accounts of that terrible day in which 343 members of the FDNY perished. . . . Her novel is a moving testament to the men and women who risk their lives every day.” —Publishers Weekly   “Adding to the book’s power are the authentic Brooklyn details, making the borough a compelling character in itself . . . Admirers of Pete Hamill and Kate Atkinson will appreciate this gripping and intimate novel, as well as those who want an absorbing multigenerational read.” —Library Journal, starred review  '
'“Breathtaking . . . The child of a family of Irish-American firefighters, the author shows how tradition, sorrow, and love of the old country bind these lives together. Her depiction of 9/11 is by far one of the best fiction accounts of that terrible day in which 343 members of the FDNY perished. . . . Her novel is a moving testament to the men and women who risk their lives every day.” —Publishers Weekly   “Adding to the book’s power are the authentic Brooklyn details, making the borough a compelling character in itself . . . Admirers of Pete Hamill and Kate Atkinson will appreciate this gripping and intimate novel, as well as those who want an absorbing multigenerational read.” —Library Journal, starred review  '
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 9780544526693 Pages: 416