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Irish Bestsellers 2019

Welcome to another week in the charts! Ross O’Carroll Kelly continues to storm ahead at the top with Schmidt Happens, clocking almost 3500 sales this week and leaving Sally Rooney’s Normal People way...

Irish Bestsellers 31st August 2019

There are a couple of fabulous new entries to this week’s charts, with the new no. 1 being the ever-popular Ross O’Carroll-Kelly with Schmidt Happens, knocking For Whom The Ball Rolls off...

Irish Bestsellers 24th August 2019

This week’s newest arrival is the latest hardback from Jamie Oliver, Veg, which has gone straight to the top of the Hardback Non-Fiction chart and no. 15 in the Overall Top...

Irish Bestsellers 17th August 2019

The big news this week, of course (in book terms, anyway), is the new release of another Dog Man book! These are fun, popular books with their catchy classic puns: For Whom...

Irish Bestsellers 10th August 2019

This week we’ve still got David Walliams at the top of the charts with The World’s Worst Teachers 3; whilst The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris is still making waves, eighteen months after...

Irish Bestsellers 3rd August 2019

The whole publishing world is talking about this incredible book – for it’s unique concept as well as Adrian McKinty’s amazing journey from losing his house, becoming an Uber driver...

Irish Bestsellers 27th July 2019

In a rather wonderful sweep, three of the six authors shortlisted  for the prestigious Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award are Irish – Danielle McLoughlin, Kevin Barry and Louise Kennedy. The...

Irish Bestsellers 20th July 2019

As the summer peaks, the charts seem to be feeling lethargic from the heat, as there’s little movement and no brand new entries. Walliams clings on to the top spot...

Irish Bestsellers 13th July 2019

Two totally brand new releases starring in the Top 20 this week, and one almost-new release. David Baldacci’s new book Long Road to Mercy came out just at the end of June and...

Irish Bestsellers 6th July 2019

It is a good week to be David Walliams, as he scores not once, but twice in the Top 20! The latest book, The World’s Worst Teachers, is of course at number one...