We Were the Mulvaneys - Joyce Carol Oates Reviews
Description:ISBN 184115699X / Genre: Author: Joyce Carol Oates / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2001-07-02 by Fourth Estate Ltd
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by - written on 31/08/09, updated on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
We Were The Mulvaneys was released in 2001 and became highly sucessful in the States as it was one of the books chosen to be part of the highly influential Oprah's Book Club, a forerunner of Richard and Judy's book club here in the UK. You can buy it for £6.99 on Amazon. It tells the story of the Mulvaney family - mum Corrinne, dad - Michael Snr, sons Michael Jnr, Patrick and Judd (the youngest in the family) and daughter Marianne. The family lead an idyllic rural life, living ona farm with a menagerie of animals and owning a prosperous roofing business whilst Corinne runs a ramshackle antique store as a hobby. They are well respected in ... Read the complete review
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