Father’s Day Gift Guide

By Maeve Ward
In Headlines
Jun 13th, 2017

Eason have the perfect selection of books for every type of Dad this Father’s Day. From compelling Non Fiction to gripping Crime, these Dad-approved reads are sure to be a welcome gift!

 Sober by Tony Adams

Footballing icon and Arsenal legend Tony Adams opens up about his battle with alcoholism in this compelling follow up to the bestselling ‘Addicted’. He also lifts the lid on how he turned his life around, winning four trophies as a player before retiring and going into coaching.


 Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance

Writer and journalist JD Vance has written a searing portrait of growing up in a poor Rust Belt town in a book which sheds light on the current plight of many in working class white America, many of whom feel they have been left behind in the current economic climate. The author, now a successful Yale graduate, writes with passion and honesty about how he is one of the rare lucky ones who broke free from his poverty stricken background.


 End of Watch by Stephen King

The master of fear and suspense returns with a sinister story in which a detective must race against time to stop a mass murderer from killing again. The terrifying conclusion to the Hodges Trilogy is one of this summer’s best page-turners.


 Thirst by Jo Nesbo

The latest instalment of the bestselling detective series from Jo Nesbo finds Harry Hole grappling with a serial murderer who targets his victims on social networking sites. This is a gripping and electrifying read which demonstrates why Nesbo is deservedly called the king of all thriller writers.


 My Turn by Johan Cruyff

Widely regarded by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time, Johann Cruyff’s footballing style was so iconic, it went on to transform the way the game is played across the world. ‘My Turn’ tells the story of Cruyff’s remarkable career from his beginnings as a ball boy with Ajax up to his time as manager with Barcelona – this is a must read for any football fan.


 Centaur by Declan Murphy and Ami Rao

Declan Murphy was a Champion jockey before his career came to an abrupt end when he suffered a horrific riding accident, in which his skull was shattered in twelve places. This moving biography tells the story of his miraculous recovery in which he ends up back in the saddle just 18 months after his fall.


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