Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling

Author: Emer McLysaght

Publisher: Penguin UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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'There aren't enough words for how much I love it' Marian Keyes THE SMASH-HIT ROMANTIC COMEDY THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH AND CRY - IF YOU'RE A FAN OF DERRY GIRLS YOU'LL LOVE THIS ___________ Meet Aisling. She's a small-town girl with a big heart. She has a steady job and a loyal boyfriend (though he hasn't put a ring on it even after seven years). Then one disastrous romantic getaway convinces Aisling to leave him behind and head for the bright lights. But with glamorous new flatmates, a scandal at work and a weird love square, Aisling has no idea what's about to hit her . . . Fans of Marian Keyes, Bridget Jones and Sophie Kinsella will LOVE this. __________ 'Comparisons with Bridget Jones are spot on' Independent 'Will have you laughing your socks off' Fabulous 'Sweet, funny, moving, perfect' The Pool 'You'll laugh, you'll cry . . . an utter ray of sunshine' Red Can't get enough of Aisling? Then why not read the hilarious follow-up The Importance of Being Aisling - OUT NOW!

Once, Twice, Three Times an Aisling

Author: Emer McLysaght

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 150

'THERE AREN'T ENOUGH WORDS FOR HOW MUCH I LOVE IT' MARIAN KEYES The hilarious new romantic comedy Once, Twice, Three times an Aisling - the third book in the No. 1 bestselling Aisling series. Aisling is thirty, flirty and frazzled. But - just when she should finally be feeling all grown-up - she's floundering. Because when you're recovering from a broken heart as well as struggling to keep your café as sizzling as your award-winning sausages, it's hard to feel you've really made it as an adult. Which is just the moment for the unexpected to strike and complicate everything. Now is not the time for a delicious new man to show up, her best friend to demand the hen do of the century and a surprise celebrity appearance. But Aisling, never one to worry about having too much on her plate, rolls up her sleeves: she's got this. Until she discovers that being a proper grown-up means you can't do everything. Sometimes you will let someone down. But will it be those she loves, or herself? Praise for Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling and The Importance of Being Aisling 'Hailed as the Irish answer to Bridget Jones . . . stuffed with laughs' Daily Mail 'A joyful, emotional, heartfelt romp of a novel' Heat 'The year's funniest book to date' Hello

The Importance of Being Aisling

Author: Emer McLysaght

Publisher: Penguin UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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The No. 1 Irish bestseller and hilarious follow-up to the smash-hit romantic comedy Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling - fans of Derry Girls will love this perfect summer read __________ Job. Flat. Boyfriend. Tick. Tick. Tick. Just when Aisling (seems) to be winning at life, she discovers it has other ideas: Fired. Homeless. Dumped. Tick. Tick. Tick. As her new life comes crashing down, Aisling is forced to move back home to Ballygobbard and her mam. Is this the end of the world? Or might returning to her roots remind this small-town girl just what she'd lost in the big city? ___________ 'Should come with a health warning. Ten pages in my face hurts from grinning' Sunday Independent 'The Irish answer to Bridget Jones. It's stuffed with laughs' Daily Mail 'You'll be laughing out loud one minute and crying the next' Heat WINNER OF POPULAR FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 - Irish Book Awards

Motherfoclóir

Dispatches from a not so dead language

Author: Darach O'Séaghdha

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 240

View: 772

Bestseller & Winner of the Popular Non-Fiction Irish Book Award. 'Thought-provoking, irreverent and often laugh-out-loud hilarious' Irish Independent. "Motherfoclóir" [focloir means 'dictionary' and is pronounced like a rather more vulgar English epithet] is a book based on the popular Twitter account @theirishfor. As the title suggests, Motherfoclóir takes an irreverent, pun-friendly and contemporary approach to the Irish language. The translations are expanded on and arranged into broad categories that allow interesting connections to be made, and sprinkled with anecdotes and observations about Irish and Ireland itself, as well as language in general. The author includes stories about his own relationship with Irish, and how it fits in with the most important events in his life. This is a book for all lovers of the quirks of language.

Books Ireland

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Category: Book industries and trade

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The Celtic Monthly

A Magazine for Highlanders

Author: John Mackay

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Category: Clans

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