“Brimming with slapstick comedy and absurd plot, if you’re a fan of Mrs Brown’s Boys, this could be one to stick on your list.”
“Despite the themes of hardship and inequality that run through the book, [it] is also a celebration of our young folk.”
In this novel, Paul Duffy brings medieval Ireland to life in an epic tale of courage, tragedy, loss and betrayal.
This book “a fitting tribute to the stunning plant life” of Dublin Zoo, and “a fascinating account of gardening ingenuity”.
“Intelligent, beautiful writing. Every sentence carries weight, enlightens or cuts. This is the art form of essay writing at its very best.”
“Full of heart and heartbreak”, this book by singer-songwriter Declan O’Rourke “resurrects the time of the famine with care and honesty”.
“Funny, surreal and complex”, this novel “skillfully spins a web of tales around a fictional hotel and bar in the heart of Dublin city”.
Reading this collaboration from writer Mia Gallagher and painter and illustrator Mario Sughi is “almost akin to the much-loved art of people-watching”.
This new book charts the life and work of the first woman elected as a Dublin city councillor.
“It’s a real skill to transfer stories like these to the page without losing any of their magic.”