Marian Finucane’s Book Recommendations

Last Updated on March 26, 2021

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Marian Finucane is an Irish broadcaster and journalist. She is best known for her work on the RTÉ Radio 1 show, Marian Finucane. She has been working for RTÉ since 1977. She has also worked as a newsreader on RTÉ One’s Six One News. She has also presented a number of television shows for RTÉ, including the current affairs show, Prime Time.

 Reading is one of the most popular hobbies in the world. However, it’s also one of the most difficult to get into. There are so many books out there, and it’s hard to know what to read. Luckily, Marian Finucane has shared some of her favorite books, and today we’re here to share them with you!

Book recommendations:


1.”Thanks For Telling Me Emily” by Deirdre Madden

2.”The Legend Of Captain Crow’s Teeth” by Eoin Colfer

3.”Cosmic” by Frank Cottrell Boyce

4.”The Last Of The High Kings” by Kate Thompson

5.”Silly School” by Marie Louise Fitzpatrick

6.”10 Scary Monsters” by Scoil Chiaráin Class P3

7.”The Legend Of The Worst Boy In The World” by Eoin Colfer

8.”Alien Timebomb” by David Donohue

9.”The Book Of Curses” by Conor Kostick

10.”Alfie Green And The Monkey Puzzler” by Joe O’Brien

11.”Gaiscíoch Na Beilte Uaine” by Caitriona Nic Sheain & Andrew Whitson

12.13″Forgotten Skills Of Cooking” by Darina Allen (publ Kyle Cathie)

13.”Eat Good Things Every Day” by Carmel Somers (publ Atrium)

14.”River Cottage Every Day” by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall (publ Bloomsbury)

15.”The Big Fat Duck Cookbook” by Heston Blumenthal (publ Bloomsbury)

16.”The Moro Cookbook” by Sam & Sam Clark (publ Ebury Press)

17.”Cliff House Hotel Cookbook” by Kajuiter Martijn (publ Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

18.”Brooklyn” by Colm Tóibín (publ Viking)

19.”Wolf Hall” by Hilary Mantel (publ Harper Collins)

20.”Little Stranger” by Sarah Waters (publ Virago)

21.”In A Place Apart” by Phil Young (publ Wordsonthestreet)

22.”Love & Summer” by William Trevor (publ Viking)

23.”Come What May”, Donal Óg Cusack (publ Penguin Ireland)

24.”Eyewitness: Padraig & Joan Kennelly’s Images Of Ireland 1953-1973″ (publ Collins Press)

25.”The Guide To Gorgeous” by Aisling McDermott (publ Gill & Macmillan)

26.”Bankers” by Shane Ross (publ Penguin)


Marian Finucane’s book recommendations are a great way to get into reading. They’re a nice mix of fiction and non-fiction, and they’re all very interesting reads. We hope you enjoyed this list and that you’ll check out some of these books!

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