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Book Review: The Invisible Mountain by Carolina de Robertis

The story of three strong women and one small nation. Read More »

Book Review: Borrowed Time: The Story of Britain Between the Wars by Roy Hattersley

An entertaining and illuminating look at Britain in the inter-war years. Read More »

Book Review: Coming Out: Irish Gay Experiences edited by Glen O’Brien

A moving insight into the struggles facing men and women in Ireland as they come to terms with their sexuality. Read More »

Book Review: King Leopold’s Ghost by Adam Hochschild

A thoughtful, thrilling account of personal greed and appalling cruelty in the scramble for Africa. Read More »

Book Review: Ireland in the Twentieth Century by Tim Pat Coogan

Sparkling with those most Irish of qualities - melancholy, humor and the gift of the gab - Coogan's comprehensive history comes close to being definitive. Read More »

Book Review: I Believe In Yesterday by Tim Moore

The author steps joins Roman re-enactors and Viking retromaniacs, and discovers they're not just playing for time. Read More »

Book Review: Confessions of an Eco-Sinner by Fred Pearce

From Bangladesh to Brazil, Pearce seeks out the origins worldly goods. Read More »

Book Review: The Cult of the Amateur by Andrew Keen

A full-frontal attack on the amateur writers, publishers and performers of the Web 2.0 generation. Read More »

Travel Review: Mantastic Manchester

It may not be Rome or Paris, but Manchester has a dolce vita and joie de vivre all its own. Read More »

Movie Review: In Bruges

In a city where the only goths have stained glass, two Irishmen discover the darker side of Belgium. Read More »