The Irish writer Sally Rooney's novel, Normal People, was named the Water Ski Book of the Year.
This book is the second prize this week after the 27-year-old was selected the Novel of the Year at a Post Irish Book Awards on Tuesday night.
Last week, Normal People, nominated for the Man Booker Prize, announced that Donal Ryan, a writer from Limerick, was nominated for a Costa Novel award along with his writers in the Low and Silent Sea.
The Book of Water Rocks of the Year is selected by bookstores and is not included in the prize money, the winner can expect a healthy lump in sales at 293 stores in Ireland and the UK.
Last year, Philip Pullman's Belle Sauvage saw an increase in sales of more than 350m in the Waterstones group and became the # 1 fiction of Christmas and became one of 2017's best-selling books.
From the Castlebar in Co Mayo, Rooney is the editor of his literary magazine The Stinging Fly.
Normal People, 2017 followed by his first feature film The Conversations With Friends tells the story of Marianne and Connell, two Leaving Cert students in a small town west of Ireland. The book follows the closing relationship over and over again for four years after both took part in Trinity College in Dublin.
Normal People, Oscar-nominated by Irish director Lenny Abrahamson is getting ready to adapt for BBC Three.
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