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The Moth Man-bookcover

By: Nora Frances Atkin

The Moth Man

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The Moth Man is the story exploring a family surviving in an ever-emerging Ireland, it is the story of ‘the lost boy’ who ran to London to escape the oppression of growing up in a culture, which he found oppressive filled with cloying lies and an oblique lack of love and understanding. Like a ghost the shadow of the lost boy lives on in his family, both admired and reviled, what happens to him, how do the family fair with so much hidden hurt. A gentle father, admired and loved, his scientific nature denied to him. A mother hated and misunderstood, and the inability for generational healing to exist without true leadership.

Nora Frances Atkin was born and raised on the east coast of Ireland. The sea has a huge influence on her writing.

She also lived for many years in the mountains of the south west coast, where her writing voice became established. She has two grown-up sons and takes a keen interest in animal welfare and environmental issues.

She now lives with her two rescue dogs in Drogheda, County Louth. As well as writing novels, she writes poetry, and children’s short stories. She has strong spiritual influences and guidance in her life, and tries to live by grace, gratitude and love.

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