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The Guard (The Selection #2.5) - by Kiera Cass

Is it just me, or does everyone else have the problem of getting all of their holds from the library all at once? You go from having no books to six books you have to read in three weeks. 218 more words

Book Review

Colm & Kelly Gannon

Colm and Kelly Gannon are well known musicians from Spiddal, Co.Galway. They own a beautiful music shop located in Spiddal. “Gannon’s Traditional Irish Music Shop, is a place where people can come and browse their cd, dvd, and book/tutorial section. 285 more words


Calvary takes a significant proportion of the cast of The Guard, adds in some new faces, throws them into a small village and puts Gleeson into the role of Father James, a man who stoically attempts to help those around him even as they become increasingly hostile. 283 more words


Brendan Gleeson

Lovely autumnal beard. Jowls underneath.


The Guard

The Guard strikes me as the sort of film critics describe as ‘a gem’, a suitably non committal phrase utilised primarily when there is a clear realisation that something is good, very good, but when the writer has absolutely no idea really why that is the case. 229 more words


Review: The Guard

The “buddy cop movie” with a sarcastic twist.

When a small Irish community becomes a staging area for a trio of notorious serial killers it is up to local guard Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) to stop them. 256 more words


Calvary - 2014

There once was a man named James. James was a priest in a small, seaside Irish town and was a well renowned man.
A popular figure amongst the townsfolk, James appeared to have an inviting presence about him; many would seek guidance and assistance from him that spread out further than his occupation. 409 more words

2014 Jan - Aug