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10 thoughts on “Clonmacs Bridge

  1. says:

    An exciting adventure full of mystery, danger and history, Clonmac s Bridge takes us to several areas of the world, as an archaeologist fights to uncover the truth I loved connecting with these characters, while experiencing their enthusiasm and passion for history With the feisty and independent Mari, and the quirky, passionate Griffon, this story comes to life, and captures you completely Their swirling relationship was sweet, and I loved the changes Mari went through, as she found a new le An exciti...


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    The author clearly states this is a work of fiction and not based on factual events surrounding the history of the Early Medieval Bridge found submerged under the River Shannon at Clonmacnoise, Ireland However, the romantic in me would love to let my imagination think otherwise as this story really is a what s the story behind the photo tale.This is a wonderful story of a 9th century monk fulfilling his childhood dream and the modern day excavation of the bridge he built Overseen by the wat The author clearly states this is a work of fiction and not based on factual events surrounding the history of the Early Medieval Bridge found submerged under the River Shannon at Clonmacnoise, Ireland However, the romantic in me would love to let my imagination think otherwise as this story really is a what s the story behind the photo tale....


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    Meet Griffin Clonmac and Mari Quispe, two of the main characters in this book Griffin is a professor at the University of Virginia As an archaeologist, he has been researching the legendary bridge near Clonmacnoise Monastery in Ireland Having received an email about some new evidence Griffin is surprised not to find what he is looking for What is Professor Daley Garvin hiding Following him, Griffin knows he has to get hold of that tome book Griffin has never been able to understand Daley Meet Griffin Clonmac and Mari Quispe, two of the main characters in this book Griffin is a professor at the University of Virginia As an archaeologist, he has been researching the legendary bridge near Clonmacnoise Monastery in Ireland Having received an email about some new evidence Griffin is surprised not to find what he is looking for What is Professor Daley Garvin hiding Following him, Griffin knows he has to get hold of that tome book Griffin has never been able to understand Daley s grudge against him Using a pretty girl to distract Daley, Griffin removes the tome from Daley s office Ireland s first major span, sunken in the Shannon River for 1200 years The bridge vanished a fe...


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    3.5 stars on my blog review book started interestingly enough and grabbed my attention right away Mari Quispe is the supervisor of a particular dig in Peru, which collapses under her watch, killing her assistant before they could dig their way to her Mari is a strong person, well respected, but not well liked, due to her strict but just character, a bit withdrawn and secretive at times.After the accident, even though everyone working with her agre 3.5 stars on my blog review book started interestingly enough and grabbed my attention right away Mari Quispe is the supervisor of a particular dig in Peru, which collapses under her watch, killing her assistant before they could dig their way to her Mari is a strong person, well respected, but not well liked, due to her strict but just character, a bit withdrawn and secretive at times.After the acc...


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    to you by OBS reviewer AndraIntriguing suspenseful riveting.a bit of romance thrown in All adjectives I like to use when describing a book I just finished reading I found the depth and complexity of the building of the bridge interesting and well written The archaeological aspects of the story grabbed me and would not let me go until I had read every word in the story.I loved the saying But he knew he was stuck between a tsunami and an avalan to you by OBS reviewer AndraIntriguing suspenseful riveting.a bit of romance thrown in All adjectives I like to use when describing a book I just finished reading I found the depth and complexity of the building of the bridge interesting and well written The archaeological aspects of the story grabbed me and would not let me go until I had read every word in the story.I loved the saying But he knew he was stuck between a tsunami and an avalanche A ...


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    Jeffrey Perren is not afraid to jump right into the interesting things And it shows in his book, Clonmac s Bridge All we know at the beginning is that there is a discovery that Griffin has been looking for a long time And one that he is willing to go to any lengths to discover But we slowly uncover what he is looking for and the many different methods he takes to get there The writing of the story was almost flawless and ...


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    Clonmac s Bridge is a globetrotting thriller featuring an archaeologist who will stop at nothing to solve a historical mystery Perren cites in a footnote to the story that the tale was inspired by an actual archaeological discovery while all else is fiction The story is written with a strong sense of authenticity Perren invites the reader to point out errors that he might have made in the 9th century chapters of the novel The language, care and invitation to readers speak of an author with Clonmac s Bridge is a globetrotting thriller featuring an archaeologist who will stop at nothing to solve a historical mystery Perren cites in a footnote to the story that the tale was inspired by an actual archaeological discovery while all else is fiction The story is written with a strong sense of authenticity Pe...


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    Clonmac s Bridge is Jeffrey Perren s best novel to date I had intended to take it to read on holiday but, after sampling the first few pages, just kept on reading The story starts placidly enough with two maverick archaeologists pushed together on a quest to locate and excavate a medieval bridge that used to span the River Shannon in Ireland However, a veritable shower of adverse forces is unleashed on the project The lead archaeologist, Griffin, is on a constant, and seemingly futile, s Clonmac s Bridge is Jeffrey Perren s best novel to date I had intended to take it to read on holiday but, after sampling the first few pages, just kept on reading The story starts placidly enough with two maverick archaeologists pushed together on a quest to locate and excavate a medieval bridge that used to span the River Shannon in Ireland However, a veritable shower of adverse forces is unleashed on the project The lead archaeologist, Griffin, is on a constant, and seemingly futile, search for funding, while his colleague, Mari, ...


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    Clonmac s BridgeClonmac s Bridge was a very intriguing mystery, with twists and turns that keep the readers mind spinning, characters that you root for one hundred percent as well as ones that you just aren t completely sure about until the end, archaeological discoveries, andPerren masterfully balanced mystery, archaeology, and relationships, into a very interesting read that will keep readers interested until the l...


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    Perren s masterfully crafted adventure story coversthan just one marine archaeologist s discovery of a twelve hundred year old bridge Flawlessly written and paced to take the reader on a journey of discovery with main character, Griffin Clonmac, the story reads like an Indiana Jones adventure The author s style is presented with authenticity that could only have come from a great deal of experience and credibility.Griffin Clonmac is an academic and a field archaeologist with a reputation Perren s masterfully crafted adventure story coversthan just one marine archaeologist s discovery of a twelve hundred year old bridge Flawlessly written and paced to take the reader on a journey of discovery with main character, Griffin Clonmac, the story ...


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Clonmacs Bridge summary pdf Clonmacs Bridge , summary chapter 2 Clonmacs Bridge , sparknotes Clonmacs Bridge , Clonmacs Bridge 761d171 A Maritime Archaeologist Recovers Ireland S Earliest Bridge Near Clonmacnoise Monastery Only To Find It Intact After 1,200 Years Underwater.What Could Account For This Astonishing Longevity And Why Are His Colleagues And The Church Desperate To Stop Him Finding Out And Why Is His Consummate Love His Greatest Enemy Griffin Clonmac Will Go Through Hell To Find Out.

  • Paperback
  • 422 pages
  • Clonmacs Bridge
  • Jeffrey Perren
  • English
  • 27 August 2018
  • 1496179919

About the Author: Jeffrey Perren

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