A masterful novel about coming-of-age and finding love in Dublin’s pubs, from the Booker-winning Roddy Doyle
Another round of two pints from the ever-brilliant, always hilarious imagination of Roddy Doyle
Classic Roddy Doyle: funny, tender, true
The hilarious yet devastating new novel from the Man Booker prize winning author of Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha and The Woman Who Walked into Doors
Following on Two Pints, another hilarious book on everything that matters from the brilliant Roddy Doyle.
Jimmy Rabbitte of The Commitments returns in a new novel by Booker Prize winner Roddy Doyle Longlisted for the 2015 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award
Jimmy Rabbitte returns in this free short story from the bestselling author of The Commitments – now a major West End musical
All three of Roddy Doyle's Barrytown novels in one volume, featuring Jimmy Rabbitte and includes The Commitments, now a major West End show.
A collection of sublimely funny dialogues inspired by a year’s worth of news.
Bullfighting is Roddy Doyle’s eagerly anticipated second collection; a series of bittersweet tales on men and middle age, revealing a panorama of Ireland today.
A magnificent, epic novel that explores the history of modern Ireland - the sequel to the bestselling A Star Called Henry and Oh, Play That Thing.
Roddy Doyle's first ever collection of stories.
Ten years on from THE WOMAN WHO WALKED INTO DOORS, Roddy Doyle returns to one of his greatest characters, PAULA SPENCER
The sequel to A Star Called Henry, the second volume in Roddy Doyle's epic trilogy about Henry Smart and the making of modern Ireland.
'A moving and delightful book' Independent
'Doyle at his best- his portrait of turn-of-the-century Dublin's dark side is masterful. There is a Dickensian richness to language and character' The Times
'A rip-snorting comedy of everyday life' Blitz
'A hilarious and hugely affectionate novel' Independent on Sunday
This is the heart-rending story of a woman struggling to reclaim her dignity after a violent, abusive marriage and a worsening drink problem.
The bittersweet story of a boy growing up in north Dublin, winner of the Booker Prize
'A charming, truthful and immensely funny story which leaves you gasping for more' Sunday Times