3/17

  • Title: 3/17
  • Author: Mary Pat Hyland
  • ISBN: 9781453838846
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this loose parody of Dante s Inferno four Irish traditional musicians get lost in the backwoods of upstate New York the week before St Patrick s Day On the journey the band descends through nine
    In this loose parody of Dante s Inferno, four Irish traditional musicians get lost in the backwoods of upstate New York the week before St Patrick s Day On the journey, the band descends through nine hellish circles of American style March 17th revelry Step dancing princesses Bobbing shamrock headbangers Green beer bacchanals Shillelagh wavin geezers O Fun, not AIn this loose parody of Dante s Inferno, four Irish traditional musicians get lost in the backwoods of upstate New York the week before St Patrick s Day On the journey, the band descends through nine hellish circles of American style March 17th revelry Step dancing princesses Bobbing shamrock headbangers Green beer bacchanals Shillelagh wavin geezers O Fun, not France No 1 bestseller

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    About Mary Pat Hyland


    1. MaryPat is an award winning former newspaper journalist and Top 100 Bestseller who writes novels with Irish American characters set in upstate New York State She has just released her first mystery, The Curse of the Strawberry Moon It is the first book in a five part Caviston Sisters Mystery series Hyland is also the author of six previous novels including The Maeve Kenny series The Cyber Miracles Book 1 , A Sudden Gift of Fate Book 2 A Wisdom of Owls Book 3 3 17 an Irish trad music parody of Dante s Inferno and The Terminal Diner a suspense novel Her best selling novel is The House With the Wraparound Porch, a family saga spanning four generations from 1920 2006.In 2014, Hyland published her first collection of short stories, In the Shadows of the Onion Domes Hyland blogs about Indie Writers and ebooks at The Hylander Diner.Join her mailing list HERE for updates on new releases, special events and sales.


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    1. Murphy was Irish. It seems fitting that his law would apply so well to the characters of "3/17." In what is described as a “loose parody of Dante’s Inferno,” Irish Trad Band Slí na Fírinne (which means “path of truth”) go on their first American tour in upstate New York. Before reaching their first gig they slide off the road in a snowstorm – an accident that might have been prevented if they had paid attention to their seemingly possessed GPS. From there, it only gets worse.What f [...]

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    2. i absolutely devoured this book. the voice is so entertaining - very Irish, and very real. i loved the smattering of the Irish language throughout, plus of course the hilarity of making fun of the way Americans celebrate St Patrick's Day. i highly recommend it for a good laugh and a well-written read!

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    3. Absolutely brillianthysterically funny and fast moving, with all the right ingredientsloved it!

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