50% off ‘Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland’ in Oxford’s Christmas Sale

I’ve long lamented the high price of academic books, so I’m pleased to announce that my latest book, Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland: Religious Practice in Late Modernity, is featured in Oxford University Press’ 50% off Christmas Sale. 

That means you can pick up a copy for £30. It’s still pricier than a Stephen King paperback, I’m afraid (and that’s not just because I’ve read Mr King!).

But if you haven’t read it yet, or have friends who would enjoy spending their holidays reflecting on the state of religion on the island of Ireland, this is the best deal you will probably get.

There are hundreds of books in the sale. It’s a great opportunity to pick up some academic titles at more reasonable prices.

You can read reviews of the book here and below: 

Reviews

Journal of Contemporary Religion by Tom Inglis

Reviews in Religion & Theology by Vladimir Kmec

Irish Theological Quarterly Review by Brian Conway

‘Reading Religion’ (website of the American Academy of Religion) Review by Amy Heath-Carpentier

Interview on News Talk FM with Sean Moncrieff

Irish Times Review by Eamon Maher: Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland_ Religious Practice in Late Modernity review

“Essential Reading for Anyone Involved in Christian Church Leadership in Ireland in 2016”: Review by Rev Steve Stockman, Fitzroy Presbyterian in Belfast

Patrick Mitchel: Questions for the Churches from Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland

Report on Author Meets Critics Session in Dublin, April 2016 (Brian Conway, Siobhan Garrigan, Patrick Mitchel)

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