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Take a leaf from a new book

Be the first to read the boldest and the brightest of the publishing industry’s projections for 2015. We take a look at the juiciest titles slated to hit bookstores

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
17th January, 2015
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The publishing industry is an unpredictable beast. When John Green emerged with The Fault In Our Stars in January 2012, the easy-going Indiana-based writer could hardly have predicted that, three years later, his young adult novel would be the bestselling book of the year in the Irish charts, holding on to the number one spot for 33 consecutive weeks.

Nor would many have thought that a book about a whip-toting billionaire would make perfect reading fodder for...

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