Jack Taylor is trying to escape his violent past by moving to the Irish countryside. But…just when he thought he was out, they drag him back in. After being hit by a truck, he lapses into a coma. When he awakens without a scratch, the locals think it is A Galway Epiphany (miracle) performed by two kids. Many people with questionable motives chase the children. Jack encounters violent people and the mood is dark, almost pitch black.
Maybe it is the times—but I just wasn’t feeling the atmosphere. When life is shite—you don’t order in shite sandwiches. I adored the previous book in your series, Galway Girl, and rated it 5 out of 5 stars. Unfortunately, A Galway Epiphany was only a 3 star read for me. Again, I think it really was me and not you, Jack. You still have the great twists and book references. I just wasn’t feeling it. Sorry. Maybe I’ll see you around next year and we can try again. After all, no matter what kind of trouble you find yourself in, you always somehow survive.
Thanks to Mysterious Press and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.