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With thanks to Marvel Studios and in celebration of the release in Irish cinemas of Captain Marvel, we have some awesome movie merchandise to be won! Merchandise pack includes: Backpack, Bomber Jacket, USB Stick, Pin Badge, Lunch Box, Woman's T-shirt, Notebook, POP! Captain Marvel w/Chase, POP! Captain Marvel Mar-Vers, POP! Captain Marvel: Nick Fury, POP! Captain Marvel: Star Commander, POP! Captain Marvel: Skrull, POP! Captain Marvel: Goose the Cat.
‘The Accidental Spy’ is the gripping real story of the ordinary American man who found himself at the centre of a deadly terrorist organisation - and working for both MI5 and the FBI. Here, in an exclusive piece for the Eason blog, author Sean O’Driscoll shares how he came to write the book, and how perseverance and determination have a key part to play in the writing process.
To celebrate the release of The Kid Who Would Be King in cinemas on the 15th February 2019, Eason are giving you the chance to win an exclusive movie merchandise pack with thanks to 20th Century Fox.
We’re delighted to welcome The Money Doctor John Lowe to the Eason blog to share some invaluable advice on how to tackle that credit card Christmas aftermath debt.
We’re delighted to welcome Aileen Cox Blundell to the Eason blog to share her tips on dealing with fussy eaters. Aileen’s eagerly anticipated new book ‘The Baby-Friendly Family Cookbook’ is published on 22 February.
To celebrate the release of Tana French’s new novel The Wych Elm, we're giving one lucky reader and a friend the chance to win a trip to Dublin to explore the city that inspired the backdrop of this incredible story. The prize includes a two night stay in Cliff Townhouse in Dublin with a three course A La Carte dinner and a bottle of house wine in their fine dining seafood restaurant.
Set against the backdrop of 1950s Cape Cod, ‘The Narrow Land’ tells the story of ten year old Michael who forges an unlikely friendship with the artists Jo and Edward Hopper. Here, in an exclusive piece for the Eason blog, ‘The Narrow Land’ author Christine Dwyer Hickey shares her inspiration behind her eagerly anticipated novel, which is published on 7 March.
One of the most buzzed about books in years, ‘When All is Said’ is a moving, poignant and masterful piece of storytelling from debut author Anne Griffin. We’re delighted to welcome Anne to the Eason blog to read a short excerpt from her acclaimed new novel.
To celebrate the release of the LEGO Movie 2, Warner Bros. Pictures and Eason want to give you the chance to join the awesome fun at the Irish Premiere Screening on February 3rd at the ODEON Point Square.
Irish writer Sally Rooney has been awarded the Costa Novel of the Year award for her moving coming-of-age tale ‘Normal People’. The awards are divided into several categories - the other winners included ‘The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle’ by Stuart Turton which won the First Novel, ‘The Cut Out Girl ’by Bart van Es which won Biography, ‘The Skylarks War’ by Hilary McKay which won Best Children’s Book, and Assurances by JO Morgan which won the Best Poetry Award.
The results are in on the vote to find the Eason Favourite Book of 2018, and we are delighted to announce that ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’ by Heather Morris has emerged as the overall winner! Our top 10 titles are a testament to the diversity of brilliant books published last year, and there’s definitely something for every taste in the wonderful selection of the Top 10 favourite reads of 2018.
Eason are delighted to give you the chance of winning a pair of tickets to a preview screening of Glass in the Cineworld on Monday, 14th of January.
Eason are delighted to give you the chance of winning a pair of tickets to a preview screening of Beautiful Boy in the Light House Cinema on Thursday, 10th of January.
Vote for your Favourite Book of 2018 and be in with a chance to win a €150 eVoucher! All participants will also receive a 33% off books discount code for use on our website.
To celebrate the release of Mortal Engines in cinemas on the 8th December 2018, Eason are giving you the chance to win an exclusive movie merchandise pack with thanks to Universal Pictures International Ireland.
Eason are delighted to offer you the chance of winning a pair of tickets to a screening of ‘Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us’ in the cinema of your choice on Sunday, 24th of November.
To celebrate the release of the hugely anticipated Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in cinemas on November 16, Warner Bros. Pictures have teamed up with Eason to give you the chance to win tickets to the Irish Premiere Screening at the ODEON Point Square on the 13th of November at 7.00pm.
Roar is the wonderful and empowering new collection of short stories from one of Ireland’s favourite authors, Cecelia Ahern. Already optioned for a TV series directed by none other than Nicole Kidman, we’re delighted to share an exclusive extract from one of the year’s most buzzed about books.
Eason have teamed up with Clontarf Castle to give you the chance to WIN a magical Christmassy weekend at Clontarf Castle to celebrate the #1 bestselling 'One Day in December' by Josie Silver.
Eason O’Connell St. Dublin was founded in 1887, the same year as the first All-Ireland Hurling Championship took place! Author of 'The Hurlers' Paul Rouse has kindly written an exclusive blog post for Eason about that year.
We’re delighted to welcome author Dan Jones to tell us more about 'The Colour of Time', and about one of the famous pictures within it - a photo taken of Michael Collins shortly before his death in 1922.
We’re delighted to welcome Tom Gilmore to the Eason blog to tell us more about his new book Big Tom – The King of Irish Country.
We’re delighted to welcome Seamus Heaney’s daughter Catherine to the Eason blog to tell us more about '100 Poems', a new selection of his poetry which includes his most loved and celebrated poems.
We’re delighted to welcome Helen to the Eason blog to tell us about how the years she spent in Dublin inspired a pivotal section of her book 'The Lost Letters of William Woolf'.