The characters in the story are members of Anglican, Presbyterian and catholic families and the novel represents their attitudes and influences of the eras in which they lived.

It is a story of great anger, of hatred, of savage fighting intermingled with softer episodes, romance and individual acts of generosity.

Above all this is a story which endeavours to explain the attitudes and outlook of unionism and nationalism in Ulster.

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ISBN/EAN 9780955156359
Author Nicholas O'Hare
Publisher Nicholas O'Hare
Publication date 1 Nov 2007
Format Paperback
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Irish Historic Fiction

The Land Where Hate Began

Nicholas O'Hare
€19.99

Interwoven with some of the great Irish historical events, this is the story of descendant generations of several families through four centuries of turmoil in Ulster.

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