The Author of Rose’s Children, Deirdre McGorry, Reviewed by Irish Scene Magazine
The author of the Autobiography and Memoir, Rose’s Children, Deirdre McGorry, got a review in Irish Scene Magazine. The reviewer appreciated the author and stated that it is hard to believe that this is her first published tome. The book is a deeply intimate story which reveals the poverty and hardships through which her husband has gone through. The reviewer mentioned that the book involves a powerful story inculcating the power of love and what it can achieve against all the hardships coming your way.
The book is about a young woman who promises her dying mom to stick to her seven siblings and will keep them together. Little did she know that Ireland would be unforgiving for those orphans. The book tells how these eight people stayed together which is a great tribute they have paid to their mother. The book is inspiring and shows the power of love.
The author was born in Auckland in 1946. She has been writing letters to the daily newspapers. There are nearly two hundred published opinions by her name in The West Australian Newspaper.