Books

In/Half –  Jasmin B. Frelih
By April 9, 2019 Read More →

In/Half – Jasmin B. Frelih

We have copies of “In/Half”, by Jasmin Frelih, in the shop at the moment! The Book It is twenty-five years into the future, and a glitch in the global communications network is ripping a previously united world apart at the seams. The millennials find themselves hardest hit – among them childhood friends Evan, an addict [...]

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River – Esther Kinsky
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River – Esther Kinsky

We have copies of “River” in the shop at the moment! The Book A woman moves to a London suburb, near the River Lea, without knowing quite why or how long for. She goes on long, solitary, walks during which she observes and describes her surroundings, an ode to nature and abandoned places that is [...]

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Her Kind – Niamh Boyce
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Her Kind – Niamh Boyce

We have copies of Niamh Boyce’s new book in the shop at the moment! The Book 1324, Kilkennie A woman seeks refuge for herself and her daughter in the household of a childhood friend. The friend, Alice Kytler, gives her former companion a new name, Petronelle, a job as a servant, and warns her to hide [...]

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The Other Paris – Luc Sante
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The Other Paris – Luc Sante

We have copies of  Luc Sante’s “The Other Paris ” in the shop at the moment! The Book Paris, the City of Light, the city of fine dining and seductive couture and intellectual hauteur, was until fairly recently always accompanied by its shadow: the city of the poor, the outcast, the criminal, the eccentric, the willfully [...]

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Beyond the Centre: Writers in Their Own Words
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Beyond the Centre: Writers in Their Own Words

New in on bargain books is Beyond the Centre: Writers in Their Own Words, edited by Declan Meade. The Book Offering the reader insight into the life or viewpoint of contemporary writers, this celebratory anthology of twenty-five personal essays by Ireland’s most established writers celebrates the anniversary of the Irish Writers Centre. Themes such as [...]

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Reality Is Not What It Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity – Carlo Rovelli
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Reality Is Not What It Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity – Carlo Rovelli

Newly available on bargain book is  The Journey to Quantum Gravity, by Carlo Rovelli! The Book Do space and time truly exist? What is reality made of? Can we understand its deep texture? Scientist Carlo Rovelli has spent his whole life exploring these questions and pushing the boundaries of what we know. In this mind-expanding book, he [...]

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Ireland’s Arctic Siege: The Big Freeze of 1947 – Kevin C. Kearns
By March 29, 2019 Read More →

Ireland’s Arctic Siege: The Big Freeze of 1947 – Kevin C. Kearns

We have copies of “Ireland’s Arctic Siege: The Big Freeze of 1947” in the shop at the moment!   The Book On 19 January 1947 Ireland was invaded by a freakish anticyclonic weather phenomenon unleashed from the depths of Siberia. Its prolonged two-month grip entombed the country in snow and ice. This arctic siege brought freezing [...]

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The Story Of The Abbey Theatre – Peter Kavanagh
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The Story Of The Abbey Theatre – Peter Kavanagh

We have secondhand copies of Peter Kavanagh’s “The Story Of The Abbey Theatre” in the shop at the moment! The Book Excerpt “The Abbey Theatre’s contribution to dramatic literature during the twentieth century has been so great that the story of its extraordinary achievement is deserving of attention. Many of the small theatres that came [...]

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Men’s Lives – Peter Matthiessen
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Men’s Lives – Peter Matthiessen

We have a secondhand copy of “Men’s Lives” in the shop at the moment! The Book An eloquent portrayal of a disappearing way of life of the Long Island fishermen whose voices–humorous, bitter and bewildered–are as clear as the threatened beauty of their once quiet shore. About the Author Peter Matthiessen is the author of [...]

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Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art – Janet McLean
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Lines of Vision: Irish Writers on Art – Janet McLean

We have copies of Janet McLean’s “Lines of Vision” in the shop at the moment! The Book Fifty-six Irish writers have contributed new short stories, essays and poems to this anthology inspired by art from the National Gallery of Ireland collection. It includes work by acclaimed figures in contemporary Irish literature such as Colm Toibin, [...]

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