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The most anticipated reads of 2016

2015 was an excellent year for the printed word and 2016 promises to be even better

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
3rd January, 2016

No question about it, 2015 was a great year in reading, with an upsurge in booksales in Ireland and a return to popularity of the printed word over the virtues of the Kindle.

Happily, 2016 is also shaping up to be a promising year on the page.

Over the coming months, you can expect to see new offerings from major literary names in Ireland and abroad, including authors such as Marian Keyes, Thomas Piketty, Neil Jordan and...

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