Days Without End by Sebastian Barry, narrated by Aidan Kelly [lgbt+, historical fiction]
that strange love between us. Like when you fumblin’ about in the darkness and you light a lamp, and the light comes up and rescues things. Objects in a room and the face of the man who seem a dug-up treasure to you. John Cole seems a food; bread of Earth. The lamplight touching his eyes and another light answering.
5 HEARTS-IN-MY-EYES STARS for Thomas McNulty, Handsome John Cole, little Winona, and an epic historical fiction novel whose central cast is a gay couple and their adopted daughter.
A man’s memory might have only a hundred clear days in it and he has lived thousands. Can’t do much about that. We have our store of days and we spend them like forgetful drunkards. I ain’t got no argument with it, just saying it is so.
*faints from prose fangirling*
We knew what to do with nothing. We were at home there.
READ IT. READ IT. READ IT.
8 thoughts on “(Audio)Book Review: Days Without End by Sebastian Barry”
I loved this book, too. Great review!
I haven’t read this but I read his Secret Scripture. Also excellent!
I very much want to read the whole collection on the McNulty family now!!
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