The Second Half
The Happy Pear
It's the Little Things
The Blood of Olympus
Keeping Up with the Kalashnikovs
Ross O Carroll Kelly
We are All Completely Beside Ourselves
Karen Joy Fowler
Paperback · 26 Jun 2014 · €14.20
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Do you start every day with a 'to do' list? Every year with new resolutions? Do you fantasise about winning the lottery, travelling the world or retiring at forty? This title includes 'life hacks' that can help you escape the nine-to-five, overcome your limitations and make the things you dream about actually happen.
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Hanns Alexander was the son of a prosperous German family who fled Berlin for London in the 1930s. Rudolf Hoss was a farmer and soldier who became the Kommandant of Auschwitz Concentration Camp and oversaw the deaths of over a million men, women and children.
Paperback · 15 May 2014 · €12.99
Gearoid Cheaist O Cathain was the last child brought up on the Blasket Islands off Ireland's southwest coast. His childhood was unique, as he was the only child on the island, the nearest in age being his uncle who was thirty years older. A 1951 newspaper article described him as 'The Loneliest Boy in the World - he has only seagulls as playmates.'
Paperback · 17 Jul 2014 · €11.99
Sworn to Silence is the story of one boy's quiet determination to stop wrongdoing. It is a story which the Irish Catholic church kept secret for almost four decades. This compelling and important book will present a candid and often moving first-hand account of events by Brendan Boland.
Paperback · 03 Jul 2014 · €18.50
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When Emma O'Reilly joined the US Postal cycling team in 1996, she could have had no idea how she would become a central figure in the biggest doping scandal in sporting history. Yet when Lance Armstrong, starting his comeback from cancer, signed for US Postal, it was Emma, the only woman on the team, who became his personal soigneur.
Paperback · 07 Jun 2007 · €12.80
Paul Kimmage's boyhood dreams were of cycling glory: cycling the Tour de France, and of becoming a national hero. He knew it wouldn't come easy. In 1986, he turned professional. That's when he discovered it wasn't about how much you wanted to win, it was about drugs. Here, he talks about the issue of drugs in sport.
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