The Christmas Club

The Christmas Club A story of love, regret and the bittersweet nature of friendships It is 1988 Six cynical young urbanites, brought together by a series of strange events, end up stranded at Christmas in a bleak, run down house on an isolated stretch of Donegal coastline in Ireland It seems like a recipe for disaster, but as the landscape reveals its wild charms, and the house reveals its strange history, they become bound in friendship, and as a drunken joke form the Christmas Club.Fast forward to Christmas 2002 As one by one the Christmas Club slowly reconvenes, middle aged manners and the gloss of new money disguise passions that still run deep passions that erupt with tragic consequences New Download The Christmas Club by Stephen Price For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • The Christmas Club
  • Stephen Price
  • English
  • 06 April 2018
  • 1905494343

10 thoughts on “The Christmas Club

  1. says:

    I reckon that this is the fourth time that I ve read The Christmas Club since it was published in 2006, which says something about how much I love the book.The narrative follows six characters two sets of friends, Singer and Ronan from Belfast, Dionne, Oona and Melissa from Dublin and Jay Frisbee from England, who, by happenstance, end up spending time together in the last fortnight of 1989 in the Pier House in the fictional Dulnadragh, close to Letterkenny in the northern extreme of Donegal Th I reckon that this is the fourth time that I ve read The C...

  2. says:

    One of the most moving books I read in 2014.

  3. says:

    I was surprised at how little I cared for this book, especially after all the positive reviews by my GRI friends I kept putting it down and had to keep on myself to finish it I only read it as it was a GRI s Quart...

  4. says:

    My favorite aspect of this book was the portrayal of Donegal in the late 1980 s, and the main character, Singer, a photojournalist It depicts Ireland on the cusp of the Celtic Tiger, the ensuing greed, as well as the destruction this greed caused.

  5. says:

    I wrote a long review, but Goodreads lost it due to a technical error Haven t got the energy to write it again Here s the jist6 people gather in a remote, deserted house in Donegal in 1988 They are Belfast friends Singer and Ronan, Dublin girls Dionne, Melissa and Oona, and Londoner Frisby New friendships are forged, as romantic entanglements are also created within the group Each character arrives at a crossroads in their lives, either personal or professional, and leaves with some ki I wrote a long review, but Goodreads lost it due to a technical error Haven t got the energy to write it again Here s the jist6 people gather in a remote, deserted house in Donegal in 1988 They are Belfast friends Singer and Ronan, Dublin girls Dionne, Melissa and Oona, and Londoner Frisby New friendships are forged, as romantic entanglements are also created within the group Each character arrives at a crossro...

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book and I didn t all at the same time I read it in a day, which is a good sign, it was well written, the characters were likeable and I d love to visit Pier House one day I think the major flaw with this novel was the ending It s a lot of reading to get to it and it s not a happy tale at the end I feel quite sad, after finishing it, the futility of life pressing down on me.It all starts off promisingly enough 6 young adults who don t know each other very well, spend a Christma I enjoyed this book and I didn t all at the same time I read it in a day, which is a good sign, it was well written, the characters were likeable and I d love to visit Pier House one day I think the major flaw with this novel was the en...

  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and I couldn t put it down It was very engaging right from the start, flinging me right in to the characters lives and their developing relationships The book is centred around a holiday at Christmas time and the book is at it s best during the first two Christmases I found that the book was rich, alive and very enthralling in a way that not many books are We continue reading about events through their lives and the characters meet for a further Christmas reunion. I really enjoyed this book and I couldn t put it down It w...

  8. says:

    A story of six individuals who form an unlikely bond one year during Christmas at a somewhat deserted house in Ireland in the late 80s During their first visit they vow to come back every Christmas as the Christmas Club All the characters are searching for something within themselves and the story takes us into early 2000 when they are in a much different place in their lives The author delves into the bonds of friendship, unrequited love, and the murky waters of human nature There is also A story of six individuals who form an unlikely bond one year during Christmas at a somewhat deserted house in Ireland in the late 80s During their first visit they vow to ...

  9. says:

    A decent read, well told 6 people meet in Christmas 1989 in an abandoned house in Donegal, have a great time and prise to meet up every year They don t of course, life gets in the way, but they do meet again in 2002 Intervening years have brought change to them all, success in varying deg...

  10. says:

    Irish This Life Great setting, potential ghost story never materialised ultimately a bit of a disappointment.

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