Staff Picks - November 2020

Staff Picks - November 2020

Champagne Football by Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan (Picked by John)

"It's hard to know what one word sums up this book best. Fascinating? Jaw-dropping? Enraging?! It's certainly all of those things. A superbly detailed exposé of how 'John Delaney ran the Football Association of Ireland as his personal fiefdom' for fifteen years. Gripping and maddening stuff. Highly recommended".

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (Picked by Moya)

"This is a gripping and compelling book which will have you invested from the very first chapter. I couldn't recommend it more."

The Heart's Invisible Furies by John Boyne (Picked by Sarena)

"I really enjoyed this book. Even though it is written as fiction, it is easy to imagine this as a real events story from the 70s or 80s in Ireland. Highly recommended."

Shiver by Juni Ito (Picked by John)

"A new collection of ghoulish and chilling tales from the master of horror manga - Junji Ito. Not for the nervous...but a dark delight for those who enjoy such things!"

 

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