Eason Book Club: September/October
Every month, we share our book recommendations with you through Eason Book Club. Chosen from our favourite reads, bestsellers and critically acclaimed books across all genres, we have something for all book lovers, no matter what you’re into.
This month’s book of the month is Little Fires Everwhere by Celeste Ng
For a look at all of our recommended titles this month, visit our Book Club page on Easons.com.
When the wealthy Richardson family rent a house to the enigmatic artist Mia Warren and her daughter, the lives of the two families collide with devastating consequences. A complex, gripping and unputdownable read.
Irish people have a unique approach to dealing with grief and with the death of a loved one – here, through his own personal experiences with death, Kevin Toolis presents an uplifting and beautifully written guide to finding a better way to deal with our own mortality.
Psychologist Edith Eger is one of the few remaining survivors of the Holocaust, and was sent to Auschwitz when she was 16. In this powerful, moving and life affirming memoir, she shares her life story, and reveals how her own experiences inspired her to help others.
Fourteen year old Turtle lives alone with her father with whom she has a conflicted and damaged relationship. When a chance meeting with two teenage boys gives her hope beyond her current existence, she embarks on a struggle to free herself. Shocking, tender and heart-stopping – this debut is one of the most compelling reads of the year.