Éilís Ní Dhuibhne's novel Dún an Airgid is the first book chosen for discussion on ClubLeabhar.com.
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The four CD package Niall Tóibín ag léamh Gearrscéalta le Seán Mac Mathúna and the collection of short stories Úlla are the works of the month for April on ClubLeabhar.com.
Lastall den Scáthán agus a bhFuair Eilís Ann Roimpi (Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There) by Lewis Carroll, translated into Irish by Nicholas Williams, is the book of the month for September on ClubLeabhar.com.
Bríd (An tIriseoir, 2016) returns to the capital and to the daily grind of scoop and scandal – but there’s trouble brewing in the newsroom. When she stumbles upon a new story, Bríd has no choice but to dive straight in. Her journey takes her on a winding path, and her duty as a journalist is thrown into question. She must rely on her quick wit and cunning to uncover the truth, despite constant pressure from all sides.
This is the story of how, in the Summer of 1994, I stood up against my Oppressors (my parents) and how I came out the other side a changed person. It’s a tale of a lost teenager, of lost innocence, and a lost pair of white Pepe jeans (I’m not too worried about the innocence but I really miss those jeans).
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