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In my opinion, one of the cleverest children's books of all time. Great for anyone who's wanted to be an evil genius (or raise one).
Bringing one of Ireland's oldest traditions, stories of the Fae, and entwining it with a modern murder mystery, Moning creates a darkly addictive novel.
Skulduggery Pleasant is back with the usual blend of magic, mayhem, and humor, squaring off against a new enemy and his plans to raise an army of the dead.
The epic tale of Brian Boru, who rises up to become king of Ireland, includes a little bit of everything: battles, romance, intrigue, mysticism, and a extra dose of Vikings.
The first book in the Riyria Chronicles is not technically set in Ireland, or any familiar country, but it feels like it. And it's the kind of fantasy/heist that you won't really mind.
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The classic that gave us the Laws of Robotics. Science fiction meets science fact.
Astronauts land on Mars, deal with the harsh planet and a deadly virus.
Rebellion and revolution on a lunar penal colony.
A group of pilgrims seek answers to life's mysteries.
The planet is flooding. As major cities are wiped out in the flooding, people race to save what's left.