2018 has been a bumper time for reading, and to celebrate the year drawing to a close, we’re running our annual poll to find the Eason favourite book of the past twelve months. The list of books within the poll has been compiled by all the book lovers here at Eason. It spans a broad range of titles (both fiction and non-fiction), and includes our most beloved reads of 2018 - books we’ve loved and adored, and which have kept us turning the pages throughout the year. In what has been a vintage year for home-grown talent, it comes as no surprise to see Irish writers dominating the list, with books from local authors accounting for 33 of the 50 selected books.
Check out our selection of favourites below and make your selection through our poll to enter yourself into the competition, and be in with a chance of winning a €150 Eason eVoucher. All participants receive a 33% off books discount code for use on easons.com.
*See terms & conditions below.
The competition is open to all residents of the Island of Ireland except employees of the Eason, their families and/or anyone professionally involved or associated with this Competition. One entry per person. No purchase is necessary. The Competition will close on 31/12/2018. There is no refund or exchange on any part of the competition prize. The Promoter will select the winner at random to receive this prize, providing they have adhered to the criteria outlined in the Terms and Conditions and the Promoter’s decision in relation to this selection and all other matters is final. The winners may be required to participate in publicity. The Promoter reserves the right to withdraw or amend this competition for any reason whatsoever. The Promoter and their agents accept no responsibility for difficulties experienced in submitting an entry to this competition nor for any direct or indirect loss suffered by any individual arising from this competition or any involvement therewith. This competition and these terms and conditions are governed by Irish law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish Courts. Entrants are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions by participating in this competition.