New best sellers now available on BorrowBox

Check out the selection of titles from the Irish Times Best Sellers List which are now available on BorrowBox

The Tattooist of Auschwitz- Heather Morris

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a holocaust love story based on a true story. It’s Ireland’s bestselling book for the second year in a row.

 the tattooist

Normal People- Sally Rooney

Sally Rooney is a very popular author both nationally and internationally. Normal People was one of Barack Obama’s books of the year in 2019. It’s a story that explores first love and the complex entanglements of family and friendship.

normal people

Once, Twice, Three times an Aisling- Sarah Breen & Emer McLysaght

This is the third book in this very successful series. Aisling is turning 30 and she’s still a complete Aisling. This is hilariously funny and also touching at times. If you haven’t read this series put it on your to read list. This book isn’t available on Borrow Box, however the first two books are available on Borrow Box:

Oh my god what a complete Aisling

The importance of being Aisling

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Wrecking Ball- Jeff Kinney

This is the 14th instalment of the Dairy of a wimpy kid book series and it’s just as popular and funny as ever. This book will make you laugh out loud.

diary of a wimpy kid

Notes to self- Emilie Pine

This book has a collection of different personal essays which include certain subjects such as addiction, feminism and fertility. This book is straight talking and honest.

notes to self

Milkman- Anna Burns

Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2018. This story is based in Belfast in the height of the troubles. A darkly humours novel. The story follows a young girl that is harassed by and older married man known as the ‘Milkman’.


Nine perfect strangers- Liane Moriarty

Set in Australia in a health and wellness resort. Nine strangers arrive and they get more than what they bargained for with their ten day cleansing programme. With plenty of suspense and tension you won’t put it down.

nine perfect

Night Boat to Tangier- Kevin Barry

Kevin Barry is one of the most admired fiction writers today. This is a powerful novel with fascinating characters. Its late one night at the Spanish port of Algeciras and two old time Irish gangsters are waiting on the boat from Tangier. This is a great read.

night boat

Boulevard Wren and other stories- Blindboy Boatclub

This is the second collection of stories from Blindboy. Each story is unique, funny and sometimes with a deeper meaning to it. This is a very entertaining read.

blind boy

Shadowplay- Joseph O’ Connor

It’s 1878 at the Lyceum Theatre, London. Three extraordinary people begin their life together, Henry Irving, Ellen Terry and theatre manager Bram Stroker. This novel explores love, creativity and the experiences that led to Dracula.


Idaho- Emily Ruskovich

Winner of the Dublin Literary Award, and the debut novel for author Emily Ruskovich. This story is very interesting and compelling about grief, loss and redemption. It’s a page turner from the opening paragraph.


Pinch of Nom- Kay Featherstone & Kate Allinson

There are 100 incredible healthy and slimming recipes in this book. This cookbook shows that dieting should never be a barrier to god food. This is the go to home cookbook for mouth-watering meals that tick all the boxes.  

pinch of nom    

Guess how much I love you- Sam McBratney

This is a fabulous written story, beautifully illustrated. This is a much loved classic that children will cherish.

guess how much

This is available as an eAudiobook on Borrow Box.

The Break- Marian Keyes

One of Marian Keyes funniest, wisest and brilliant book yet. The break isn’t a story of falling in love but about staying in love. A break isn’t a break up?

the break

The Wych Elm- Tana French

This is another gripping novel by Tana French you’ll find it hard to put this book down once you start reading. The characters are quirky, strange and hard to trust. You won’t be sure what is real and what isn’t real until the very end.

the wych elm