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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! One of the year’s biggest word-of-mouth hits, this poignant and heartwarming tale resonated with so many of our readers this year, and will undoubtedly remain a classic book club read for years to come.
Based on a true story, Heather Morris’ debut novel is based on the true story of the Auschwitz prisoner Lale Solokov who met the love of his life when he was imprisoned there. This beautifully written and heart-wrenching story of survival, love and redemption was one of the year's biggest word-of-mouth hits and a worthy winner of the Eason Favourite Book of 2018!
The creator of the hugely popular ‘Rory’s Stories’ blog presents his own very funny take on the best things about being Irish.
Writer and broadcaster Graham Norton’s warmly received novel about a woman who returns to her childhood home in Cork following the death of her mother, and unearths a series of secrets from the past.
Emma Hannigan’s captivating and heartwarming portrayal of the complicated bonds between daughters, mothers and sisters.
Aisling moves back home to Ballygobbard where she finds some major surprises to contend with in the hilarious follow-up to the smash-hit ‘Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling!’.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama shares the story of her life in her inspirational and deeply personal memoir.
A landmark selection of Seamus Heaney’s most loved and celebrated poems which has been handpicked by his family, and is comprised of work from all twelve of his original collections.
A captivating and entertaining thriller from the bestselling author of 'Lying in Wait' about a woman whose murky and troublesome past is finally starting to catch up with her.
Carmel Harrington’s tender, timely and thought-provoking story about three people who have been affected by the plight of homelessness.
‘The Supervet’ Noel Fitzpatrick tells the story of his journey from growing up on a farm in Laois, to becoming one of the world’s most renowned vets.
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.
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