TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

“Voices, faces, words, sounds, stories.

From the very first moment. From the very first time you open your eyes, they are all talking, telling stories, telling secrets, telling memories. So why, when at last you can make them understand you, are they so surprised that you remember, that you know?”

 

Welcome

Hello. Thank you for dropping by to learn more about Tunnel of Mirrors. I’m so excited to be able to introduce you to it. As all my friends know, I love to talk.

Since I can’t do that in person, I hope you’ll pour yourself a cuppa and join me here to read about my book. I’ll be sharing some thoughts about writing, book excerpts, short stories, announcements about future appearances and perhaps, an occasional giveaway too.

I’d love to hear from you. Do send me an email at author.info@greenriver-press.com.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin

TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

Rachel Isaacson, spirited, otherworldly and haunted, is born into a rigidly Old World family in New York’s Lower East Side. Hungry for independence, Rachel enters a marriage of convenience with violent consequences.

Across the Atlantic, storyteller, fiddler and cliff climber Ciaran McMurrough is raised in pastoral innocence on Rathlin off the coast of Ulster. His upbringing in a tight-knit, isolated community leaves him unprepared for the subtle political passions following the Irish Civil War. Outcasts — one by choice, one by chance — Rachel and Ciaran meet on the docks of lower Manhattan in 1928. Drawn to each other in this lyrical story, must they repeat a doomed cycle as eternal lovers? 

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin is available to purchase in hardback, paperback and ebook from Amazon.comAmazon.co.uk and Barnes&Noble. Or ask your local bookstore to order it for you.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin:

Hardback – ISBN 978-1-80227-096-9

Paperback – ISBN 978-1-80227-064-8

eBook – ISBN 978-1-80227-065-5

TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

“Voices, faces, words, sounds, stories.

From the very first moment. From the very first time you open your eyes, they are all talking, telling stories, telling secrets, telling memories. So why, when at last you can make them understand you, are they so surprised that you remember, that you know?”

 

Welcome

Hello. Thank you for dropping by to learn more about Tunnel of Mirrors. I’m so excited to be able to introduce you to it. As all my friends know, I love to talk.

Since I can’t do that in person, I hope you’ll pour yourself a cuppa and join me here to read about my book. I’ll be sharing some thoughts about writing, book excerpts, short stories, announcements about future appearances and perhaps, an occasional giveaway too.

I’d love to hear from you. Do send me an email at author.info@greenriver-press.com.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin

TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

Rachel Isaacson, spirited, otherworldly and haunted, is born into a rigidly Old World family in New York’s Lower East Side. Hungry for independence, Rachel enters a marriage of convenience with violent consequences.

Across the Atlantic, storyteller, fiddler and cliff climber Ciaran McMurrough is raised in pastoral innocence on Rathlin off the coast of Ulster. His upbringing in a tight-knit, isolated community leaves him unprepared for the subtle political passions following the Irish Civil War. Outcasts — one by choice, one by chance — Rachel and Ciaran meet on the docks of lower Manhattan in 1928. Drawn to each other in this lyrical story, must they repeat a doomed cycle as eternal lovers? 

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin is available to purchase in hardback, paperback and ebook from Amazon.comAmazon.co.uk and Barnes&Noble. Or ask your local bookstore to order it for you.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin:

Hardback – ISBN 978-1-80227-096-9

Paperback – ISBN 978-1-80227-064-8

eBook – ISBN 978-1-80227-065-5

TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

“Voices, faces, words, sounds, stories.

From the very first moment. From the very first time you open your eyes, they are all talking, telling stories, telling secrets, telling memories. So why, when at last you can make them understand you, are they so surprised that you remember, that you know?”

Welcome

Hello. Thank you for dropping by to learn more about Tunnel of Mirrors. I’m so excited to be able to introduce you to it. As all my friends know, I love to talk.

Since I can’t do that in person, I hope you’ll pour yourself a cuppa and join me here to read about my book. I’ll be sharing some thoughts about writing, book excerpts, short stories, announcements about future appearances and perhaps, an occasional giveaway too.

I’d love to hear from you. Do send me an email at author.info@greenriver-press.com.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin

TUNNEL OF MIRRORS

Rachel Isaacson, spirited, otherworldly and haunted, is born into a rigidly Old World family in New York’s Lower East Side. Hungry for independence, Rachel enters a marriage of convenience with violent consequences.

Across the Atlantic, storyteller, fiddler and cliff climber Ciaran McMurrough is raised in pastoral innocence on Rathlin off the coast of Ulster. His upbringing in a tight-knit, isolated community leaves him unprepared for the subtle political passions following the Irish Civil War. Outcasts — one by choice, one by chance — Rachel and Ciaran meet on the docks of lower Manhattan in 1928. Drawn to each other in this lyrical story, must they repeat a doomed cycle as eternal lovers? 

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin is available to purchase in hardback, paperback and ebook from Amazon.comAmazon.co.uk and Barnes&Noble. Or ask your local bookstore to order it for you.

Tunnel of Mirrors by Ferne Arfin:

Hardback – ISBN 978-1-80227-096-9

Paperback – ISBN 978-1-80227-064-8

eBook – ISBN 978-1-80227-065-5

“Tunnel of Mirrors fires the imagination and stirs the soul…a story to savour that remains long in the mind. I loved it.”

Sunday Times Best Selling author of Our Story, Miranda Dickinson

“Humour, emotion, and perfectly tuned dialogue, ensures her people are triumphantly alive.”

Novelist Janette Jenkins, author of Firefly and Little Bones

“Tunnel of Mirrors is a beautiful, lyrical recreation of the past. With warmth, wit and great heart, Ferne Arfin takes the reader back into the struggles and small victories of a lost world.”

Toby Litt, English writer and academic, author of Patience

“Tunnel of Mirrors fires the imagination and stirs the soul…a story to savour that remains long in the mind. I loved it.”

Sunday Times Best Selling author of Our Story, Miranda Dickinson

“Humour, emotion, and perfectly tuned dialogue, ensures her people are triumphantly alive.”

Novelist Janette Jenkins, author of Firefly and Little Bones

“Tunnel of Mirrors is a beautiful, lyrical recreation of the past. With warmth, wit and great heart, Ferne Arfin takes the reader back into the struggles and small victories of a lost world.”

Toby Litt, English writer and academic, author of Patience

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