Dubray Books is a company of book lovers, so this year we would like to share with you the books that have meant the most to each of us throughout the past year. Most of the books - but not all - were published in 2014. They are predominantly novels (of just about every genre) but the list also includes biography, history, poetry and popular science. A few enthusiasts tried to get away with nominating more than one title but we insisted that everybody look deep into their hearts to choose that one special book. 3 Items in Grid 4 Items in Grid List Bestselling Title: A to Z Title: Z to A Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Publication Date
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'Fantastically written with a gripping story, but also the most relevant, prophetic book you’re likely to read.' Mark Davidson, Bray
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014 'Pure action-packed, post-apocalyptic perfection.' Saul Fidgeon, Blackrock
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A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'The third instalment of the Locke Lamora sequence is just as thrilling as its predecessors. This time around, Locke must face up to a long-lost love - one who is hell-bent on his destruction. ' Patrick Gavin, Galway.
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014 'This story treats us to the life of Alma: a most unusual woman with a passion for botany.' Anne Aitken, Stillorgan 'A beautifully written, historical saga depicting a 19th century woman's exploration of science, art, religion - and desire. A fascinating and delicious read.' Emma Devon-Hurley, Bray
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014 'A remarkable debut; one to watch in the future.' John Mannion, Grafton St.
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'Bleak and unrelenting but a wholly original and rewarding read. A master class in writing.' Shane O'Reilly, Dun Laoghaire.
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'Why does the new boy at school wear a balaclava? Tommy's new classmates are insatiably curious to find out.' Vivienne Luke, Rathmines
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'A devastating depiction of Ireland's latest lost generation.' Jesse Weaver, Grafton St.
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'The ideal gift for anyone interested in design or facts.' John Keating, Grafton St.
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A Dubray Books Favourite Book of 2014. 'As a look at the character and the history of Napoleon, this must-read book is ambitious, daring and short.' Kevin Power, Kilkenny.