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Irish Bestseller Lists

Irish Bestsellers 30th July 2016

There’s not a huge amount of movement this week, possibly the lull before the return of a certain wizard on the 31st? We are pleased to see, though, the paperback...

Irish Bestsellers 23rd July 2016

There’s a bit of movement in the charts this week with new entries into the Top 10. Dead to Me by Lesley Pearce has jumped in at No. 5, while Liz Nugent...

Irish Bestsellers 16th July 2016

It’s hot, it’s the middle of summer, and it’s time to lie down somewhere cool with a bestseller, so take a look at this week’s charts to help you pick...

Irish Bestsellers 9th July 2016

It’s a strong week for non-fiction, with authors such as Joe Wicks and John Kavanagh holding on tightly to their places in the Top 20. There’s also an interesting detail...

Irish Bestsellers 2nd July 2016

JoJo Moyes continues in top form this week with two in the Top five as Me Before You continues to be Number 1 and After You leaps up to Number 4. We’re guessing the...

Irish Bestsellers 25th June 2016

There are a good few new entries as well as old favourites in this week’s charts. Whilst Jojo Moyes clings on to the top spot with Me Before You (and the paperback...

Irish Bestsellers 18th June 2016

Amid the turmoil of Brexit, let’s take a breather and see what’s happening in the world of fiction, where we can forget about borders and boundaries and lose ourselves in...

Irish Bestsellers 11th June 2016

A little bit of movement to report this week, as JoJo Moyes knocks David Walliams right off the top spot, not entirely unexpectedly given the tiny gap between them last...

Irish Bestsellers 4th June 2016

David Walliams tops the charts again with The World’s Worst Children, but it could hardly be closer as this week’s featured book is only four books behind! Me Before You by JoJo Moyes hit...

Irish Bestsellers 28th May 2016

David Walliams has stormed back to the top of the charts, with The World’s Worst Children tussling with The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. And we’re chuffed to see Little Bones by Writing.ie’s...