Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist
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The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards brings together the entire literary community – readers, authors, booksellers, publishers and librarians – to recognise and celebrate the very best of Irish literary talent. The Awards dinner has become the major event in the literary calendar with some of Ireland’s, and indeed the world’s, most recognised authors gathering together in a spirit of camaraderie and friendly competition to celebrate the success of the past year.
Children of the Rising: The untold story of the young lives lost during Easter 1916 - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Children of the Rising is the first ever account of the young lives violently lost during the week of the 1916 Rising: long-forgotten and never commemorated, until now.

1916: The Mornings After - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

The Mornings After - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

1916 Portraits and Lives - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

The biographies selected compose an inclusively broad picture of the rising, representing the spectrum of personalities and perspectives that were involved in the event. They include not only the insurgents (and some others) killed during the r

The Little Red Chairs - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Ten years on from her last novel, Edna O'Brien reminds us why she is thought to be one of the great Irish writers of this and any generation.

Handbook of the Irish Revival: An Anthology of Irish Cultural and Political Writings 1891-1922 - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Handbook of the Irish Revival: An Anthology of Irish Cultural and Political Writings - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

The White Heat: My Autobiography - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

The White Heat: My Autobiography - Irish Sport Biography - Biography - Books

The Green Road - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

A darkly glinting novel set on Ireland’s Atlantic coast, The Green Road is a story of fracture and family, selfishness and compassion – a book about the gaps in the human heart and how we learn to fill them. The children of Rosaleen

Eileen Gray: Her Work and her World - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Eileen Gray: Her Work and her World - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

That's Life: Martin Whelan - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

A lively and entertaining memoir from one of Ireland's best-loved personalities,

Henry Shefflin : The Autobiography - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

In an era when Kilkenny established itself as the dominant force in hurling, one man stood out from a remarkable group of players: Henry Shefflin. Now widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, Shefflin has more All-Stars, Hurler of the

Pulling the Strings : My Autobiography - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Pulling the Strings : My Autobiography - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Home : Recipes from Ireland - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Home : Recipes from Ireland - Irish Chefs & Recipe Books - Food & Drink - Books

The Boy at the Top of the Mountain - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

When Pierrot becomes an orphan, he must leave his home in Paris for a new life with his Aunt Beatrix, a servant in a wealthy household at the top of the German mountains.

Until Victory Always: A Memoir - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Jim McGuinness inherited a wounded thing when he took over as manager of the Donegal senior football team in the summer of When he stepped down just over four years later, the same group of players had won three Ulster championships, the All-Irel

Tender - Irish Book Awards 2015 Shortlist - Awards - Books

Belinda McKeon has created a unique landscape of the most subtle and sensitive examination of the world of a new Irish generation entering adulthood. Tender is a relationship novel and a novel about young people, with the first section set in rural Irelan

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