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A Medal for Leroy, Michael Morpurgo
Posted by Aisling Kelly in .

“But always remember. Michael it’s not the face that matters, not the skin, not the hair, it’s who lies beneath. You have to look deeper, Michael, behind. Look through the...

Ruby Redfort Take Your Last Breath by Lauren Child
Posted by Megan in .

One bad guy, One agent, One monster Ruby Redfort: thirteen year old secret agent, super smart and not afraid of anything in the sea. When agent Trilby mysteriously dies with...

Rat Burger by David Walliams
Posted by Megan in .

What’s in your burger? Zoe has a terrible life. Her new step mum is a nightmare. Fat, lazy and so terrible mean. The school bully Tina Trots also makes her...

The Johnny Coffin Diaries by John W. Sexton
Posted by Megan in .

Johnny Coffin has a great life. He goes to a school with the biggest class of Murphy’s in the world (everyone in the class has Murphy in their name except...

Skulduggery Pleasant: Kingdom of the Wicked by Derek Landy
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

We’ve all had colds and stomach aches right? Well have you ever had a disease where you turned into a werewolf or started flying around the place? In the small...

The Meanwhile Adventures
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

Can you save the world by stepping on a slug? No longer working at the biscuit factory Mister Mack decides he is going to be an inventor, but when he...

All Gods Dead
Posted by Steve Dillon, Hughes and Hughes Santry in .

In Marian O’Neill’s fourth novel, a daring and stylish story, Brigit Egan lies in a Dublin nursing home recalling her eventful life, her untold stories and all the sins of...

Balloon Animals
Posted by Ruth Perez in .

Balloon Animals is a debut contemporary fiction novel. The book is funny, quirky, with an original if larger-than-life plot and unforgettable characters. The book follows the main character Jonny Rowe...

Why Some People Succeed and Others Fail
Posted by Samuel A Malone in .

Review by Alo Brady Dublin – Why Some People Succeed and Others Fail If you have not read, or worst still, not heard of, Limerick author Samuel Malone its high...

Dead Dogs
Posted by Steve Dillon Hughes and Hughes Santry in .

With the publication last year of his debut book, ‘1798’, a highly praised swashbuckling historical novel, Wexford native Joe Murphy emerged as one of Irish fiction’s most exciting and original...