Normal Sheeple

THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER

A love affair born in rural Ireland! Two mismatched lovers, locked in a relationship that will change both of them ... forever!

From the day I was born, I was brought up to believe that Gaelic games were invented for people too stupid to understand the laws of rugby. Les mer
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THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER

A love affair born in rural Ireland! Two mismatched lovers, locked in a relationship that will change both of them ... forever!

From the day I was born, I was brought up to believe that Gaelic games were invented for people too stupid to understand the laws of rugby. Little did I know that one day I would become a legend of Kerry football.

But then my life has taken a lot of unexpected twists and turns.

My old man is, like, the Taoiseach of the country. My wife is an actual Minister in his Government. And my suddenly teenage daughter is heading for the Jailtacht - and her very first rugby boyfriend.
And then there's Marianne ...

Of course, I was too busy becoming a Gaelic football stor to realise that my family - like the entire country - was being pushed towards a cliff edge. And I was the only man capable of saving Ireland's democracy.

Which is just like, 'Fooooooock!'

'Ross is a national institution' Irish Times

'When the literary history of the 21st century is written, it will record that a cartoon rugger bugger stole the hearts of the Irish people' Sunday Times

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Normal Sheeple is the twenty-fourth book in Paul Howard's 'Ross O'Carroll-Kelly' series. Ross books have sold over one million copies, are annually nominated for the Popular Fiction prize at the Irish Book Awards - where they have won the prize an unprecedented three times - and are also critically acclaimed as satirical masterpieces. One of the series - The Oh My God Delusion - was chosen as Ireland's favourite book in Eason's 125th birthday poll.