Bonny the Butterfly Effect

Bonny the Butterfly Effect

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In 'Bonny The Butterfly Effect, ' David Rory O'Neill revisits the beloved characters he brought so memorably to life in his 'West Cork Trilogy' and the seven novels of he 'Daniel' series, exploring the dramatic changes that would occur in the stories of Bonny, Lauren and Chepi, had each embarked on an alternate journey by taking one different turn. With 'Bonny, ' O'Neill has created an enthralling new history for beautiful, brave, and thoughtful Bonny-Ann Becket, leading her away from "the troubles" and devastating personal loss in Northern Ireland to a re-imagined life of hope, danger, star-crossed romance, and enthralling self-discovery in Canada and beyond. It is a new route that she will follow through worlds of Native American spiritualism and covert government espionage-through the exhilarating pleasures and crushing betrayals of romance and sensuality-as she pursues a destined yet painfully elusive love down a path crisscrossed by the unforgettable characters from the author's acclaimed earlier novels.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 382 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 21.84mm | 644.1g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508420130
  • 9781508420132

About David Rory O'Neill

Born and raised in Belfast until troubles and tribal violence drove him away, David grew to be a non-conformist and independent soul clinging to his counter-culture ideals. He found peace and his true calling as a storyteller in the literary Irish tradition. He now lives in a lovely restored old art and book-filled house in the lee of the Silvermine Mountains, Tipperary, Ireland. He shares his life there with beloved Brigitte and a cat with issues, called Bobby. David Rory O'Neill has written twenty novels and more are bubbling and brewingshow more