1798: Tomorrow the Barrow We'll Cross

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The summer of 1798. Against all odds, against all hope, a tiny county fights the British Empire to a standstill. Two brothers, Dan and Tom Banville, find their comfortable rural existence ravaged as Ireland tips inevitably towards war.

As the whispers and nods in the pubs and fields explode into all-out Rebellion, the Banville brothers find themselves thrust to the forefront of the revolution. Even as they fight the might of the British empire, more sinister battles must be fought within their own ranks as they struggle against the bigotry and indecision that will challenge the very foundations of the Rebellion. As Loyalists and United Irishmen drift ever further apart, Dan and Tom must fight to free Ireland and themselves - or lose everything.

1798: Tomorrow The Barrow We'll Cross is an epic, swashbuckling tale of the romance and hatred, heroism and barbarity of those tragic weeks in the summer of 1798. But over the roar of battle, this is a story about love. Love of family. Love of place. Love of people.

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JOE MURPHY was born in 1979 in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, where he lived for nineteen years before dying. Then he got better. He was educated in Enniscorthy VEC from where he went on to study English in UCD. After undertaking a Masters in Early Modern Drama, he went on to qualify as a secondary school teacher. His job is teaching. You wouldn’t believe the stories. He has had poetry published in an anthology of Enniscorthy writers. His debut novel was published by Liberties Press in 2011.

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Murphy's entusias for the period and for the men and women who lived and died during it leaps off every page of his new novel, a swashbuckling romance filled with last stands and epic battles. --Irish Voice

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