Another good book. I am rereading her books and enjoying them just as much the second time around.
"Dublin teacher Aidan Dunne has been asked to build a programme of adult education classes at his school. He is delighted when fellow Dubliner Nora O'Donoghue (Signora), who has spent over twenty years in Sicily, offers to teach a class on the language and culture of Italy. In fine Maeve Binchy tradition, the multiple characters in Evening Class alternate viewpoints, come together in unexpected fashion, and eventually reach happy endings - but not before overcoming a few obstacles." September 2013 Fiction A to Z newsletter http://www.nextreads.com/Display2.aspx?SID=5acc8fc1-4e91-4ebe-906d-f8fc5e82a8e0&N=678205
One of my favorite Binchy novels. I love how the lives of these individuals begin to intertwine. It makes me think about all of my personal interactions with the people in my own life and the impact every action has on the world around me.
Possibly my favourite book. The characters are so easy to love (or hate, if that's what Maeve wants us to do) and you feel fantastic after reading the last page.
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