EASON BOOK CLUB

Every month, we share our book recommendations with you through Eason Book Club. Chosen from our favourite reads, bestsellers and critically acclaimed books across all genres, we have something for all book lovers, no matter what you're into. Our Book Buyers will include a short review here to give you an insight into all the books featured. Look out for all Eason Book Club recommendations in-store at Easons or online at Easons.com.


EASON BOOK CLUB BOOK OF THE MONTH


In association with The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk 106-108fm


The Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk 106-108 FM partners with the Eason Book Club to help us select our Book of the Month every month. On the first Monday of each month, Pat and his panel which is made up of former Fianna Fáil TD and author Mary O’Rourke, singer songwriter Brian Kennedy and Rory Cowan, star of Mrs Brown’s Boys, pick the Eason Book of the Month from a shortlist of four books compiled by Eason Book Buyer Stephen Boylan. In the last week of every month the panel will return to discuss the book on air and engage in a lively debate on the characters and themes of the chosen book.



Behold The Dreamers

Behold The Dreamers

A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR AN OBSERVER BOOK OF THE YEAR. A powerful and timely story of marriage, class, race and the pursuit of the American Dream. Behold the Dreamers is a dazzling debut novel about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - and of what we're prepared to sacrifice to hold on to each of them.


€14.99


The Fractured Life of Jimmy Dice

The Fractured Life of Jimmy Dice

When young, Jimmy loses a lower limb to a starving attack dog - the first of many disasters and one that shapes him to become a chancer, a wilful man unafraid to stand up to a notorious Dublin gangster but also a young man with heart and belief: a loyal son, a good friend, a courageous brother and a sweet and passionate lover. Part love story, part coming of age, this is also the story of a life in the changing streets of Ireland, from the days of the troubles to the boom and bust years and Dublin today.


€17.99


To capture what we cannot keep

To Capture What We Cannot Keep

In February 1887, Caitriona Wallace and Emile Nouguier meet in a hot air balloon, floating high above Paris - a moment of pure possibility. But back on firm ground, their vastly different social strata become clear. Cait is a widow who because of her precarious financial situation is forced to chaperone two wealthy Scottish charges. Emile is expected to take on the bourgeois stability of his family's business and choose a suitable wife. As the Eiffel Tower rises, the subject of extreme controversy and a symbol of the future, Cait and Emile must decide what their love is worth.


€14.99


PACHINKO

Pachinko

A Victorian epic transplanted to Japan, following a Korean family of immigrants through eight decades and four generations. Busan, Korea 1911: A club-footed, cleft-lipped man marries a fifteen-year-old beauty. The couple have one child, their beloved daughter Sunja. When Sunja falls pregnant by a married yakuza, the family face ruin. But then Isak, a Christian minister, offers her a chance of salvation: a new life in Japan as his wife. Following a man she barely knows to a hostile country in which she has no friends, no home, and whose language she cannot speak, Sunja’s salvation is just the beginning of her story. Through eight decades and four generations, Pachinko is an epic tale of family, identity, love, death and survival.


€17.99