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Irish Bestseller Lists

Irish Bestsellers 21st March 2020

Whilst Europe struggles to adjust to widespread lockdowns and wakes to a world quite unlike anything we might have predicted a couple of months ago, the Irish bestseller charts resume...

Irish Bestsellers 14th March 2020

Welcome to another week in the Irish Bestsellers: trying to be a constant in a very rapidly changing world! We have no idea how this will affect the book industry...

Irish Bestsellers 7th March 2020

As the coronavirus Covid-19 hits Europe this week, our thoughts go out to all those affected by the illness, directly or indirectly. Major book fairs (such as the London Book...

Irish Bestsellers 29th February 2020

And here we are again, World Book Day has returned! As expected, these short, affordable titles have gone down a storm, completely taking over the Children’s Top 10 and even...

Irish Bestsellers 22nd February 2020

The charts this week seem to feature an unusual number of older hits returning to various bestseller lists. In the Top 20, it’s no surprise that The Tattooist of Auschwitz is still...

Irish Bestsellers 15th February 2020

This week’s charts see Marian Keyes continue her reign at the top with Grown-Ups, and we’re starting to see more and more new releases making their way into the Top 20,...

Irish Bestsellers 8th February 2020

Welcome to another week in the Irish Bestsellers charts! Not tons of movement this week; Pinch of Nom has fallen down in the Top 20 to no. 19 and no. 11 for Everyday Light,...

Irish Bestsellers 1st February 2020

As Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light continues to rack up yet another No. 1 over in the UK, it’s fallen down the charts here in Ireland, to no. 5 in the Top...

Irish Bestsellers 25th January 2020

There’s a rush of fabulous new books out this month – lots to keep you busy reading! It’s the first day of spring (technically!) are some hot crime novels to...

Irish Bestsellers 18th January 2020

While Pinch of Nom continue their successes, with Everday Light racking up another no. 1 in the UK and all three of the books in the Category Bestsellers here, Ireland do seem to...