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  1. Rachael Rachael says:

    Beautiful character developmentRealistic and affectingBittersweet I read this after speaking with the author in person Lynda Meyers is a wonderful writer and a joy to hear talk about her books Having that personal connection definitely affected my enjoyment of the book If you have the chance to see or hear authors, do it It will change your reading experience.


  2. Judy Judy says:

    I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story of a young man finding himself after his war time experience in the middle east Finn , who has an English mother and an Irish father, finds his way out of loss with the help of a lot of different people, including his Irish grandmother, who tutors him on using the gift of sight he didn t realize he had, while helping him get over his addictions to pain pills and alcohol Finn is definitely a man with some flaws, but you like him well enough despi I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story of a young man finding himself after his war time experience in the middle east Finn , who has an English mother and an Irish father, finds his way out of loss with the help of a lot of different people, including his Irish grandmother, who tutors him on using the gift of sight he didn t realize he had, while helping him get over his addictions to pain pills and alcohol Finn is definitely a man with some flaws, but you like him well enough despite that to be cheering for him to overcome them The ending of the book has a bit of a cliff hanger, or maybe it sa bridge to the second book in the series In any case, it didn t annoy me as much as they usually do, and I will definitely read the next book


  3. Tracey Cramer-Kelly Tracey Cramer-Kelly says:

    I really enjoy stories that are as much about the character s personal journey transformation as they are about romance or evenFinn s real love story was his journey to learning to love himself necessary before you can truly love another.Finn s voice was so authentic, and at times brutally raw emotional to the point where it gripped you and didn t want to let go, much like the emotions the character was experiencing He certainly has some major heartbreaks not specified so as to I really enjoy stories that are as much about the character s personal journey transformation as they are about romance or evenFinn s real love story was his journey to learning to love himself necessary before you can truly love another.Finn s voice was so authentic, and at times brutally raw emotional to the point where it gripped you and didn t want to let go, much like the emotions the character was experiencing He certainly has some major heartbreaks not specified so as to avoid spoilers that would cause real people to hit the bottle At times he went backward instead of forward, sabotaging himself He finally begins to heal when he spends time with his Irish grandmother and learns about seers, visions etc I have to admit that part got a little far out for me and I found his sudden aversion to alcohol ie recovery from addiction a little too sudden.The cast of characters was excellent, from the fishermen to his Da, as well as the authenticity of the Irish and English settings And Regan I won t sayFinn will take his new insight into himself into the next book


  4. Kathy Kathy says:

    Wow.Loved this story It takes you all over the place emotionally and humanly It has very deep parts, yet some fun parts, but the story keeps moving you along on its current and you can t leave it Looking forward to starting part 2 of the story to see how it all works out The author weaves you through some very real and interesting characters and their individual stories and how those all culminate into being part of Finn s story..Just couldn t put this down You just need to read it to Wow.Loved this story It takes you all over the place emotionally and humanly It has very deep parts, yet some fun parts, but the story keeps moving you along on its current and you can t leave it Looking forward to starting part 2 of the story to see how it all works out The author weaves you through some very real and interesting characters and their individual stories and how those all culminate into being part of Finn s story..Just couldn t put this down You just need to read it to understand Be prepared to be taken away


  5. Jan Mcclung-short Jan Mcclung-short says:

    Elusive Love What a brilliant book full of lives questions How do you find the love of your life Can life just beat you until you give up Finn is a man with a gift or maybe a curse he could have dreams that came true and knew good or bad in a person immediately He became better but the journey is yours to read in a book that is a book you will never forget U know that I can t.


  6. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    FinnA must read this one is the best You know when you read a book and you dream about it all night This is that book I couldn t wait to finish it to see what happened, then I was sad that it was over I loved Finn and his story You will too.


  7. Captain Dady Mody Captain Dady Mody says:

    My enjoyment of reading a book is that it has a good beginning, a lot of meat in the middle a resounding ending that the reader does not envisage The book had all 3 of these attributes, but what I dislike most in a book is an ending that reads without it being actually spelt out as I the author have not finished writing this book so it is to be continued This book in my opinion ended in a 300 odd paged funnies in a daily newspaper that was to be continued in a never ending editi My enjoyment of reading a book is that it has a good beginning, a lot of meat in the middle a resounding ending that the reader does not envisage The book had all 3 of these attributes, but what I dislike most in a book is an ending that reads without it being actually spelt out as I the author have not finished writing this book so it is to be continued This book in my opinion ended in a 300 odd paged funnies in a daily newspaper that was to be continued in a never ending edition of the tomorrow, tomorrow tomorrows newspaper


  8. Debbie Debbie says:

    Love, redemption and destiny are inter woven into this slightly off piste novel It covers a lot of ground and deals with plot and character fairly well I wasn t sure about the second sight aspect of the story, eh oh seemed to be integral to the story and yet somehow superfluous at the same time I felt the story finished fairly abruptly There is obviously a book2.


  9. TechVision TechVision says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A captivating story of a playboy esque Ladies man boy s journey from being a young care free adult to a man instilled with wisdom from war, loss, and trauma There was not a single dull moment in this story, as it kept me captivated from page to page The character development was phenomenal in its realistic, but not slow progression from all the characters in the story Kudos to the author s style of writing, which brought out the characteristic natures of Finn s Irish and British roots in hi A captivating story of a playboy esque Ladies man boy s journey from being a young care free adult to a man instilled with wisdom from war, loss, and trauma There was not a single dull moment in this story, as it kept me captivated from page to page The character development was phenomenal in its realistic, but not slow progression from all the characters in the story Kudos to the author s style of writing, which brought out the characteristic natures of Finn s Irish and British roots in his speech and actions Many themes are brought about through Finn s journey from his times before the war, enlistment in Afghanistan, aftermath of the war, and his journey after recovering from grief


  10. Dawn Cyr Dawn Cyr says:

    Enjoyed the story


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Finn Again [PDF / Epub] ☁ Finn Again Author Lynda Meyers – Thomashillier.co.uk Finn McCarthy is half Irish, half English, and fully fantastic Raised in the pubs and educated at Oxford, he never did know which half to favor His Irish half loves women and booze, while his English Finn McCarthy is half Irish, half English, and fully fantastic Raised in the pubs and educated at Oxford, he never did know which half to favor His Irish half loves women and booze, while his English half is wicked smart and damned polite And then there s Regan, the one girl who never did succumb to his charms When a world at war beckons, Finn answers the call, but there are some casualties even a soldier can t prepare for To heal his wounds he must banish his demons, a journey that leads him to a sleepy fishing village, where the mysteries of his Celtic roots begin to take hold The battle for balance might just take everything he s got left War does things to a man But Finn isn t just any man.

  • Paperback
  • 436 pages
  • Finn Again
  • Lynda Meyers
  • English
  • 14 June 2018
  • 152380176X

About the Author: Lynda Meyers

I believe deeply in the power of story, connection, and authentic relationship I m a fiction author and a former staff writer for Modern Moto Magazine I am also a blogger, a mom to four kids and a grandma to one, and juggle a mostly full time job as a registered nurse I have written short stories and for magazines, as well as online contentMy blog is a mix of life lessons, travel stories and motorcycle adventures built on a foundation of yoga and organic food, poetry and painting with a belief that life should be an intentional endeavor My first published novel was Letters From The Ledge, published in The Truth About Truly and Finn Again were originally published in and but have been revised and re released in These two novels are related but can be read in either order Steel Journeys, a brand new, female focused motorcycling series, is set to launch November th, Forinformation visit createdtofly.