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  • Title: Martyrs and Traitors: A Tale of 1916
  • Author: Marina Julia Neary
  • ISBN: 2940013358720
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Nook

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About "Marina Julia Neary"

  1. Marina Julia Neary

    Marina Julia Neary is an award winning historical essayist, multilingual arts entertainment journalist, published poet, playwright, actress, dancer and choreographer A specialist on the obscure works of Victor Hugo, she has lectured at the French Alliance Her historical tragicomedy Hugo in London featuring the adventures of the French literary genius in England during the Crimean War was produced in Greenwich in 2008 and recently acquired by Heuer Publishing A sequel, Lady with a Lamp an Untold Story of Florence Nightingale, premiered in 2009 as a theatrical benefit for The Wyatt Foundation In 2007 she was commissioned to collect and publish the memoirs of residents from an affluent retirement community in Stamford, CT The project involved interviewing over forty senior citizens over the age of ninety A new Connecticut based leisure publication Norwalk Beat has recently brought her on board as a steady contributor She focuses on the entertainment industry in Connecticut Her poems have been accepted by literary journals such as Alimentum and The Recorder and First Edition UK After having her short story accepted by Bewildering Stories Magazine, she was invited to join the editorial staff Wynfield s Kingdom is her first novel, in which she celebrates her love for Victorian history and the Romantic movement The novel was published by FireshipPress, a publication specializing in historical and nautical fiction Here are some of the reviews The spirits of Charles Dickens and Victor Hugo haunt this darkly compelling novel of the mid Victorian underworld Exhaustively researched, ambitious in scope and rich in period detail, King Wynfield is a harrowing tale of wretched poverty and desperate survival, of monstrous child abuse and atrocious acts committed in the name of science Diana the wild robber maiden and her bandit lover Wynfield are larger than life anti heroes destined to linger long in the reader s imagination Eileen Kernaghan, author of Wild Talent a Novel of the SupernaturalNeary writes with unbelievable power, yet never loses her sense of emotional insight Wynfield s Kingdom is truly an extraordinary first novel Tom Grundner, author of Midshipman Prince.In addition to her writing career, Neary has a career in the performing arts She has starred in several independent horror films shot in CT and NY In the 1990s she has competed in various talent competitions in New England and placed second in Miss LaSalle beauty pageant.

415 thoughts on “Martyrs and Traitors: A Tale of 1916”

  1. A Literary and Historical Treasure My lifelong quest is to dig up lost treasures, literary and historical, and bring into light those figures that have remained in the shadow for whatever reason is novel is my hymn for all prematurely extinguished stars This quote from Marina Julia Neary s bio, although placed at the end of the novel, is a perfect place to begin my thoughts on it Martyrs and Traitors is a complex and character driven historical fiction that goes below the textbook surface of his [...]


  2. Martyrs and Traitors is a great historical novel, portraying Irish life and nationalism a century ago I loved it The writing is great, the characterizations both of men AND women are great, and so is the story Neary tells Bulmer Hobson serves well as a protagonist, all the so because he is not the individual a conventional novelist would pick Hobson is a neglected, overlooked hero who faded into obscurity because of the position he took on Irish independence and how to achieve it For that reas [...]



  3. Visit Raven Haired Girl for reviews giveawaysIt was a privilege to read this book, the reasons are numerous, I will say this is one of the best historical fiction books I have read this year I will be reading all of Marina s books that s how much of an impression this authoress made.Marina s writing is evenly exquisite and assured She has an unmistakable gift for dialogue Her narrative comes alive, you feel as if you are watching a play, not surprising since Marina is well versed in theater She [...]


  4. This author sought me out because of her writer friend, Iryna Combs, the Author of Black Wings , which can be found within my blog So to begin, allow me to thank Iryna for the referral, I totally appreciate it.Marina sent me her info, along with her list of books, and ask me which one I wanted to read I like that So I looked over everything, and this one Martyrs and Traitors just pulled me in I read the other ones, and then re read this one three times I wasn t sure if it was something my audien [...]


  5. The back drop the much written about troubles of Ireland I usually find novels depicting relatively recent political and social unrest to be too one sided, biased to the point of simply conveying the authors own political beliefs However, what i enjoyed about this novel was the way the author concentrated on the individuals rather than the much larger political environment It shows how a person can be complex not just some banner waving activist or the other side of it a bland government officia [...]


  6. Review from Tracey SkeineI absolutely loved this book I loved Neary s sparkling prose I loved the feeling of being pulled into Ireland s 1916 Easter Rising alongside the important players from the time I admit I knew next to nothing about the problems in Ireland in the early 20th century, and now I feel I have a strong understanding of the era Neary has a strong ear for speech and a talent for imitating that in dialogue, and the characters were well drawn and believable I was not familiar with N [...]


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