I love Horrible Histories, but so far, from what i've read, all the best books in the series seem to be the ones that focus on only one country/area (i.e. France, USA, Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, etc.). Ireland was great, I loved this book. it was informative and, like always, hilarious and chock full of jokes. I keep hearing people say that it is biased in regards to the Republic of Ireland, but I really didn't see any bias in the book. If there is any, that's how unnoticable it is. In fact, Deary is an extremely biased writer, and this was probably the book that I found the most neutral of all of his (You want biased, read USA. I still loved it, but I did notice some anti-American bias there). Overall though, this book is amazing. I loved every minute, and one of the things that helped is that unlike France or USA, I don't really know much about Ireland, so this book taught me lots of new things. Highly recommend it to anyone.