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Irish Bestseller Lists

Irish Bestsellers 9th November 2019

Storming away at the top of the charts is a brand new Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball. This is no. 14 in the series, and has gone straight to...

Irish Bestsellers 2nd November 2019

‘Tis the season for book sales figures to start rising, and sure enough, here we go. This week the top five books are all over a thousand; alongside that, this...

Irish Bestsellers 26th October 2019

Now we’re really in the run-up to Christmas, and it’s totally reflected in this week’s bestseller charts. Not many new releases, but favourites like Ross O’Carroll-Kelly (Schmidt Happens) and all...

Irish Bestsellers 19th October 2019

This week the Top 20 is all about the sequels: there’s the three Aisling novels at nos. 2, 18 and 20, of course (Once, Twice, Three Times An Aisling, The Importance of Being...

Irish Bestsellers 12th October 2019

This week, we have some great-looking books in the Original Fiction charts to look at. As well as the obvious top-of-the-charts stars mentioned last week—Heather Morris, with Cilka’s Journey, and Cecilia...

Irish Bestsellers 5th October 2019

There are a couple of notable new releases this week: firstly, Heather Morris’ follow up to her smash hit, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, is brand new out this week, and just...

Irish Bestsellers 28th September 2019

Welcome to another week of the Irish Bestsellers! While the UK goes nuts for Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments and David Cameron’s Off the Record, the Irish charts continue prove that we like our home-grown talent. Four...

Irish Bestsellers 21st September 2019

Lots of shiny new entries this week (another sign of the festive season fast approaching)! Cecilia Ahern is back, with a sequel to the book that catapulted her to success, PS...

Irish Bestsellers 14th September 2019

Once the Guinness World Records is out, the Beano Annual  is not usually far behind, and sure enough, this week sees Beano Annual 2020 enter the charts. Just tipping into the Children’s Top 10, but...

Irish Bestsellers 7th September 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...