The Path Of Totality by Bronagh Curran

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Book Description

August 21st 2017. The first Total Solar Eclipse in the US for 35 years. And at a time when night is day and day is night, anyone’s life can be turned upside down. Even if you’re Nat Dobbs.
Nat’s the bullied kid. The kid with the stammer and skinny limbs. The kid who weighs 125 pounds dripping wet and never quite looks you in the eye. Maybe if he did, he’d finally make a friend. The last time he tried to fit in he ended up with this pants around his ankles…on state TV.
But Milo Quincy doesn’t see Nat the way the others do, the way his father Gunther does. Sure, he may be a 65 year old recluse who punched Nat in the face, he may even be as dangerous as the rest of the town says he is. But he’s listening – and for Nat, that’s enough for now When the multi colored and multi coveted Celeste Woodston gets thrown onto their path, Nat and Quincy find themselves on a road trip – across four states – in a ’67 Mustang to
witness the eclipse from the optimum point – The Path of Totality.
And maybe in this moment of ultimate darkness, the unlikely friends will finally see the world more clearly – or at least how they’d like it to be.

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“Can’t say enough good things about this book”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Ciara Molloy

Can’t say enough good things about this book, it’s a new personal favourite! Would highly recommend, it’s impossible to put down!

About the Author

Bronagh Curran is a former national journalist and contributor to Newstalk’s iPad magazine. Her monthly column Curran Affairs ran in the online publication from April 2013 – February 2014. After six years as an entertainment journalist with The Irish News of the World, she took a break from the media in 2007 to set up her own dog walking service. A few years later she was reincarnated as a craft teacher until she eventually grew up and became an administrator. She currently lives in North Dublin City and works at a patient coordinator in a dental clinic but she mostly spends her evenings writing. Her favourite books are The Fault in Our Stars, Pride and Prejudice, One Day, Atonement, The Lovely Bones and Eleanor and Park. Her favourite movies are Dirty Dancing, Good Will Hunting, The Princess Bride, Bridget Jones’s Diary and Jerry Maguire. And the one musical artist that always makes her feel something is Neil Diamond.

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