Favourite book of 2017: Shortlist

By Maeve Ward
In Competitions
Dec 28th, 2017

The votes are almost in, and it’s  neck-and-neck so far in our poll to find 2017’s favourite book!

We’re delighted that so many people have voted already, and we’re also thrilled  to see so many Irish authors represented on the list!

From an initial shortlist of fifty books, here (in alphabetical order!) are our current top 10.

 The Gospel According to Blindboy by Blindboy Boatclub




 Hearts Invisible Furies by John Boyne




 A Force For Justice: The Maurice McCabe Story by Michael Clifford




 I Found My Tribe by Ruth Fitzmaurice





 Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman




 This is Going To Hurt by Adam Kay





 The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena





 The Street Where You Live by Roisin Meaney




 OMG What a Complete Aisling! by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen




 The Choice by Philly McMahon




There’s still time to vote for the book you think deserves to be crowned the overall winner. The poll closes on 31 December, so don’t waste your chance and place your vote to help crown your best book Eason’s Favourite Read of 2017.


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