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One of my favorite books of 2017 was Pachinko, by Min Jin Lee, a sweeping Korean family saga which would be perfect to get lost in on holidays.

In another strong year for Irish books I particularly loved When Light is like Water by Molly Mc Cluskey.

A short work, it attributes our severest European challenges to the refugee crisis.

Despite this I finished it with a sense of hope that we are rediscovering the EU as a source of freedoms. I cannot wait to begin the thriller The Force by Don Winslow.

Very funny and beautifully drawn comic panel walk us through the key moments in the game from its early days to Leicester’s miracle, with razor sharp satire.

Most arresting book of the year is After Europe by Ivan Krastev.

I’ll also be reading Keep you Safe by Melissa Hill, due out in September, and the Cottingley Secret by Hazel Gaynor.

Lisa Mc Inerney’s The Blood Miracles and Barry Mc Kinley’s A Ton of Malice are two of the novels I’ve loved so far this year.With a sequel on the way it’s also a good chance to discover (or rediscover) Philip Pullman’s classic His Dark Materials fantasy trilogy.For anyone looking for an alternative to the standard sports biography, David Squires’s The Illustrated History of Football is an absolute treat.Regardless of art form, Pullman is a purveyor of magic.Readers who fancy a juxtaposition of summer heatwaves with otherworldly dread will get some kick from Nothing on Earth by Conor O’Callaghan, while those after profound and beautiful brevity will love Kathleen Collins’s posthumous story collection Whatever Happened to Interracial Love.Two that kept me sane on recent transatlantic flights: Eli Goldstone’s witty, fierce debut Strange Heart Beating, and David Keenan’s masterpiece post-punk novel This Is Memorial Device.

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