Okay, I had been keeping my eye on Last Orders (The Dublin Trilogy #3) by Caimh McDonnell for quite some time because not only was this going to be the last book of the series, but also I have developed a liking for all the characters that Caimh writes. You wouldn't believe my utter joy after receiving the ARC of Last Orders (The Dublin Trilogy #3) by Caimh McDonnell for review.
Where do I start? Oh yeah...Bunny's Funeral! The book actually starts with hoards of people arriving for Bunny McGarry's funeral. I'm not giving out any spoilers at this moment because, you can see his headstone on the book cover for God's sake.... It's going to take me time to come down from the high.
Just let me say this, Last Orders (The Dublin Trilogy #3) by Caimh McDonnell will pull at your heart strings. Caimh McDonnell presented his natural, dark humor, an eye for the odds and exceptionally well-written (and well-thought of) sub-plots. You get to see more facets of the characters like Paul, Phil, Brigit and everyone else. There is not a dull moment. It is rich with sarcasm and dialogues that will make you fall in love with The Dublin Trilogy.
I loved the fact that the other characters, especially Paul, Phil and Brigit grow so much. They're not heavily dependent on Bunny, but create their own story and find their own way.
I turned page after page in nail-biting anticipation and this book did not disappoint. Can't wait to read more books that Caimh McDonnell will surely be writing in the future.