Tipperary’s Two in a row Triumph.
Every Dead Thing by John Connolly is a great oul book.
“Over nine waves”.
Finished ‘The Drunkard’s Walk’ by Leonard Mlodinow. Unfortunately my poor grasp of Math ensured a lot of the book went over my head, despite it being clearly written for idiots.
Also nearly finished ‘The Home And The World’ by Tagore - utterly brilliant book that is part love story, part political philosophy, set in Bengal in the early 20th century.
Fire and Fury is a page turner
Reads like a thriller.
I got a present of this. It looked dull so it languished on the shelf. A fellow told me one day it was a great read so I chanced it. It’s a great read.
It’s a brilliant book - reads like a thriller at times and hugely accessible.
In the run up to the abortion referendum - it’s a great read on why we ended up with the 8th ammendment in the first place
This thread reads like a thriller.
A fabulous read .
I had the hardback which has none of that blurb and had a dreary cover.
Has it got ramps going into it or what?
I was trying to suggest that even simpletons like you wouldn’t be intimidated by it
I would have thought that went without saying when you managed it.
What it says on the cover. A year in the life of a lad who runs a second hand bookshop in South West Scotland. Very funny but also a great insight into retailing and the march of Amazon.
Topical given the demise of Ruiseal ‘s bookshop in cork
I’ll get it on Amazon later, cheers.