When All Is Said by Anne Griffin is this Saturday’s Irish Times Eason book offer
A sneak preview of Saturday’s book pages
When All Is Said by Anne Griffin is this Saturday’s Eason book offer in association with The Irish Times. When you buy a copy of the paper, you can buy the number one bestselling novel for just €4.99, a saving of €5. Read our review, an essay by the author, and one of her short stories to whet your appetite.
This Saturday’s Irish Times magazine features a lovely essay by Sydney-based poet Anne Casey, whose new poetry collection has just been published by Salmon, on how writing for Irish Abroad has helped her reconnect with her home place in Co Clare.
Ticket features a wonderful new short story by Kevin Barry to launch our summer fiction series; an interview with One Day author David Nicholls about his new novel, Sweet Sorrow, and a feature by Karl Whitney on the inspiration for his new book, Hit Factories: A Journey Through the Industrial Cities of British Pop, reviewed here by Eamon Sweeney.
Book reviews include Rob Doyle on Last Witnesses: Unchildlike Stories by Svetlana Alexievich, translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky; Geoff Roberts on The Russia Anxiety: And How History Can Resolve It by Mark B Smith; Peter Quinn on My Father Left Me Ireland: An American Son’s Search For Home by Michael Brendan Dougherty; Julia Kelly on Live a Little by Howard Jacobson; Paddy Woodworth on Irreplaceable by Julian Hoffman; Jonathan McAloon on Your Fault by Andrew Cowan; Declan O’Driscoll on Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport; Joanne Hayden on My Seditious Heart by Arundhati Roy; Sarah Gilmartin on Something to Live for by Richard Roper; and Claire Hennessy on the best new YA fiction.